Boys Division Clubs

The goal of the Regis Jesuit High School Clubs and Activities Program is for every student to become involved in some sort of activity or sport while attending Regis Jesuit. Activities and sports offer students an opportunity for self-development. We are committed to educating the “whole person” and a full range of athletic, non-athletic, and service-oriented activities are offered.

Clubs, activities and sports provide opportunities for students to enhance talents and develop skills outside of the traditional classroom setting. They provide a nurturing environment in which friendships flourish. In addition, activities and competitions bring feelings of achievement to students, while participation in activities and sports challenges them to spend time wisely. Students who participate are more well-rounded individuals.

Clubs are subject to student participation and new clubs are formed based on student interest. Each semester there are opportunities for students to propose club ideas.

Clubs in red below have their own club webpage.

  • A Cappella Club
    This co-divisional club is for students interested in singing a cappella pop music in a mixed choir setting. Beatboxers are welcome. 
  • Ambassador Society
    The Ambassador Society provides our students with an opportunity to build relationships with prospective students and represent Regis Jesuit. Our members are responsible for assisting in events for future raiders, being shadow visit hosts, and being the faces of Regis Jesuit.
  • American Chemistry Society
    Perform demonstrations otherwise not done in Chemistry Classes.
  • Anime Club
    The purpose of this club is to bring together those who enjoy anime and to forge relationships based around watching these shows.
  • Arrupe
    Arrupe Service Club regularly serves on Tuesday afternoons at St. Ignatius Loyola Parish, Wednesday afternoons at St. Francis Center Soup Kitchen in downtown Denver and tutors at the St Therese Elementary after school program.  Occasionally during the year we take on other special projects in the community.
  • Aviation Club
    The purpose of this club is to be introduced to and explore areas of aviation for possible career opportunities, interest, and fun.
  • Astronomy
    To educate and learn about astronomy.
  • St. Lawrence Grilling Society (BBQ Club)
    Moderator: Tomas Gallegos
  • Bowling
    During each semester, students form teams of two to compete against each other in league-style bowling.
  • CADRE
    Regis Jesuit CADRE is a codivisional organization of students who raise money through weekly collections from the Regis Jesuit community to help assist those in need around the world, and in our own community.
  • Cancer Awareness
    The purpose of this club involves both a service and education. We will visit hospices to talk to patients and spend time with them at the end of their lives. We will also meet to talk about what this means to our community and invite guest speakers as well.
  • Cannonball Club
    The Cannonball Club is a group for young men interested in and committed to growing in prayer, their relationship with God, and Christian love and service. We meet weekly to pray together, discuss living according to the gospel, and share in good conversation. Throughout the year, we also have special Masses, service opportunities, and social events.
  • Card Playing Club
    All grade and interest levels are invited to participate.
  • Ceramics
    This club is designed with the thought of finding God in all things. If you talk to anyone who has worked on a pottery wheel, they will tell you that it was one of the most spiritual experiences they have ever had. Just learning to center your clay may take you a week, but as you begin to work at it, you are also learning to center yourselves. This This club is truly for the students and participation is up to them; the only requirement is that the student exercise patients with themselves and explore throwing.
  • Chapel Choir
    This club is open to any student interested in improving his or her vocal talent, opportunities in cantoring, and/or singing liturgical music.
  • Chess
    The chess club is always open during academic support and lunch for casual play in BD 165. Our instructional activities take place on Monday during academic support, Wednesday during lunch, and Friday after school.
  • Classics Club
    The Regis Classics club is a branch of the Colorado Junior Classical League and the National Junior Classical League.  The purpose of Classics Club is to promote a more thorough knowledge of classical life, history and literature; to impart a better understanding of the value of classics; and to interest students in classical languages and literature, government, laws, and arts.  Members of Classics Club have the opportunity to participate in the Colorado Junior Classical League Convention in Estes Park, as well as participate in the National Latin Exam, National Mythology Exam, and Roman Civilization Exam among others.
  • Climbing Club
    Climbing club is an open, co-divisional club that allows students to push themselves both physically and mentally. They gain physical strength by balancing, lifting, twisting and pulling themselves up a wall, and mental strength and focus by strategizing, visualizing and pushing through difficult moves to reach the top. And on top of all that we have a great time! We meet inside at a rock gym once a week throughout the school year and finish off the year with an outdoor climbing day at a local crag.
  • Comedy Appreciation
    The Comedy club is a club that devotes itself to the appreciation of classic and contemporary comedy. The club also is a stomping ground for those students wanting to try out their own comedic talent.
  • Creative Writing Club
    Writers will rotating between writing sessions around a prompt and editing/peer review. Anyone is welcome!
  • Current and Political Events
    The purpose of CPE is to inform people and discuss current politically debated subjects in the United States around us as well as give students the opportunity to properly speak their opinion.
  • Cyber Patriots
    The purpose of this club is for students to gain a better understatnding of both basic and advanced cyber security principles through practices and, eventually, a competition. These principles include more basic concepts, such as passwords (hadhing, etc) to more advanced ones (finding exploitable bugs within an operating system).
  • Diversity Action Group
    The Diversity Action Group (DAG) is a student-centered club that provides a forum for students to discuss issues of importance to them and the greater school community. DAG students seek to both learn from and educate their peers about a range of diversity issues within the school and the world. Topics range and rotate between gender, race, socioeconomics, religion, stereotypes, bias and current events both in our school and in the world. DAG aspires for inclusion and respect for others to extend beyond their DAG involvement into the wider community as members are actively involved in the community of Regis Jesuit through clubs, sports, music, student government and other areas of student life. DAG is a single divisional club in each division that works co-divisionally towards a common goal and mission especially when planning events including speakers, dialogues and conferences for both Divisions.
  • Drama
    The Drama Club has been established to provide an opportunity for students interested in theatre to participate in all aspects of play production.  Students interested in performance, direction, design, technical support, backstage crafts, publicity, etc., are encouraged to join.
  • Entrepreneurial
    Moderator: Paul Malsam '83
  • Environmental
    Environmental Club promotes environmental awareness, supports school-wide recycling/composting efforts, conducts upcycle events, and supports efforts to establish a community garden.
  • ESports
    RJ ESports is a club dedicated to competitive video gaming. The club focuses on a number of games (primarily what is a prevalent for MLG) and practices, researches and competes in select games.  The club is also fundamentally concerned with building camaraderie, team sportsmanship and community among gamers.
  • Fencing
     Club meets weekly in the fall semester. All levels of fencers are welcome! Come and learn the sport or get some extra practice in while at school. Our goal is to give every student the opportunity to gain experience in the sport of fencing.
  • Foosball
    Foosball club brings together from all classes to promotehealthy competition, positve relationships, and a lifelong passion for foosball.
  • French Honor Society
    This is a nationwide French Honor Society that celebrates students that excel in academics, service, leadership and personal character.
  • Golf
    The golf club tries to get out weekly to play golf. The club is open to anyone who wants to give golf a try.
  • Hip Hop
    This is a co-divisional club that addresses the five elements of hip-hop. Music and dance come together in order to experiemtn with sound, movmeent, and the culture of hip hop.
  • Impressions (literary magazine)
    Impressions Magazineis Regis Jesuit High School’s annual literary publication. Compiling the best of RJ students’ art, poetry, and prose, Impressions works to showcase the immense talent of our student body. The Impressions club acquires, selects, and curates student art and lays out the final selections in a professionally published magazine.
  • Indie Game Design
    This club will work together to create video games using the Unity 3D engine.
  • Intramurals
    This activity allows students to engage in a variety of sports and friendly competition by creating a team of students to participate in a single elimination tournament.
  • Investment
    The Investment Club, studies and invests in the Stock Market using real equities but play money. Students learn how to analyze and determine when to buy and sell a stock. The club participates at the DU Stock market Challenge in early November.
  • Justice League
    A club that focuses on education of and advocacy against the injustices in our world today that affect the poor and marginalized.
  • Key
    Key Club is an international service organization. We do all kinds of service throughout the Denver area. Many hours will count toward your service hours! Come serve others with us!
  • Link
    A group of students that help form a link between our school and our incoming students.
  • Long Boarding
    This recreational club that likes to get together and longboard.
  • Medical Career Explorations
    To inform medical students about the possible careers they can go into. Throughout the year we will have various speakers in different areas of expertise in the medical field to come and speak.
  • Mock Trial
    Students prepare and try a case provided by the Colorado Bar Association as they compete with high school students around the state.
  • Model United Nations
    The Model United Nations (Model UN) club is a competitive club that attends local metro meets on approximately six Saturdays per year. The club will focus on current events and the history of diplomacy through the UN.  We will spend some time watching films and movies highlighting world issues and the role of the UN in resolving conflict. A permission slip is required to view the movies. 
  • Mu Alpha Theta
    This honor society is for upper classmen who perform mathematics with distinction. They participate in mathematical competitions and organizes activities and events that spread enthusiasm for mathematics
  • Music Club
    Formerly known as the Guitar Club, the Music Club is for all musicians regardless of what instrument they play. Musicians and singers of all abilities interested in jamming and learning with fellow students are welcome.
  • Music Service Club
    The Music Service Club  and we go to elderly care facilities to play pieces for the elderly. We meet once a month and we go to the facilities four times during the year. After we have played all of our pieces we stay longer to talk and socialize with the elderly.
  • National French Honor Society
    This is a nationwide French Honor Society that celebrates students that excel in academics, service, leadership and personal character.
  • National Honor Society
    This is a nationwide organization that celebrates students that excel in academics, service, leadership and personal character.
  • National Spanish Honors Society
    This is a nationwide Spanish Honor Society that celebrates students that excel in academics, service, leadership and personal character.
  • Pep Band
    Pep Band provides music for football, basketball, and other athletic events. Students who play traditional band instruments (brass, woodwind, and percussion) may join our weekly morning rehearsals. Pep Band plays a variety of tunes from traditional marching music to contemporary arrangements of popular songs.
  • Photography
    If you like to photography or want to see if you are interested. Come on by, all are welcome.
  • Ping Pong
    A club for players of all levels who want to learn, practice, or improve their ping pong game.
  • Pro-Life Club
    The “RJ Students for Life” club is open to all students in the Girls Division. This club seeks to promote the Culture of Life in accordance to the teachings of the Catholic Church. Their main goal is to promote the respect for life at all stages and to educate the larger community on life issues. Students will also be helping those in need so that life is a promising choice, and to genuinely and respectfully work with others who may have a different take on the issue.
  • Retro Gaming
    We educate and immerse ourselves in the culture of Retro Gaming. We also provide and enjoyable and competitive environment for enjoying this overlooked pastime.
  • RCLC (Regis Christian Life Community)
    Regis Christian Life Communities are small groups of students that are lead by seniors.  They meet on a regular basis and explore together where God is present in their life, all are welcome to join.
  • Raquetball
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  • Regis Rable
    At the Regis Rabble, we write and publish satirical articles for the Regis Jesuit community to enjoy. Through this process, members will develop their own satirical writing and comedic skills.
  • RJ Filmmakers
    The RJ Filmmakers club seeks to provie students with experiences in the film industry, fil making, and the art of cinema. Club membership includes access to the RJ Media and RJTV Studios and equioment, guest speaker workshops and field trips, and the opportunity to work on an original film each semester written, directed, and produced by the club.
  • RJ Media
    Members of RJ Media help report, write, or shoot photos and video for the student news magazine, RJTV, and the online newspaper RJtoday.org. You can choose what you want to do and how much you would like to contribute. Write your own columns, produce a podcast radio show, be an entertainment, fashion, lifestyle, or sports reporter. Review movies, books, or concerts; be a freelance photographer, promoter, graphic artist or designer, broadcast live events, and much more! It is all up to you. RJ Media publications are by the students for the students. The publications aim to inform, to entertain, and to give a voice to the RJHS student body.
  • RJTV Sports Network
    The RJTV Sports Network broadcasting club is open to all students. The club produces news and feature packages, and live and on demand events of athletic events and other RJHS events. The club also helps to run RJTV and RJToday.org.  Students in the broadcasting club learn video production, research, writing, public speaking and announcing skills. Students may specialize as news or sports anchors, commentators, producers, writers; or in commentating, statistics, camera operation and other techie jobs. It's real. It's exhilarating. It's TV.
  • Robotics
    Regis Jesuit Robotics Club is a year round club, with the build season and competition in the International First Robotics Competition occurring in the spring semester. We inspire the pursuit of excellence while maintaining a lighthearted yet goal-oriented atmosphere. As a team it is our goal to take pride in every accomplishment and develop a deeper connection the world with a passion that will expand the ideals of FIRST and lead to a better tomorrow. In order to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders,  we hope to foster in everyone well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership. Lastly, through our pursuit of excellence, we strive to improve the world around us.
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  • Rowdies
    Ignatian Leaders who bring in the fun to games and to school.  Go bananas, head down to the river, and cheer on your fellow Raiders.
  • Rowing
    Rowing club is open to all students interested in the sport of rowing/crew. We encourage physical fitness and active living by teaching proper rowing and erg technique. We strive to promote the sport of rowing, sportsmanship, and teamwork. We practice Monday mornings at 6:30 am and train to compete both on the water and at the Denver Indoor Rowing Championships.
  • Sci-Fi Club
    We watch a varied assortment of classic and current sci-fi TV shows during lunches. We will also try to arrange meet-ups at movies and conventions. There will also be discussion groups covering some sci-fi lit and short stories, to be determined by the officers and members during the course of the year.
  • Sign Language
    Sign Language Club will introduce the art of American Sign Language (ASL) to all students looking to broaden their communication horizons. Come learn ASL and explore various service opportunities. We will meet every week during lunch and plan at least one service outing per semester.
  • Songwriters Club
    This co-divisional club is for students interested in writing and performing their own music as well as collaborating with other songwriters and lyricists.
  • Sound
    Students will familiarize themselves with how to set up and break down the sound equipment properly, control sound levels during the event, and retain the quality of the speaker systems. We will have lunch meetings once a week to prepare for what events are coming up.
  • Special Olympics
    Support of the Special Olympics program through volunteering at various Special Olympic events during the school year. 
  • Speech & Debate
    RJHS Speech and Debate is an academic/extracurricular activity for students interested in competive speaking and debating. If you are interested in a future career in law/business or want to improve your speaking skills - this club is for you. Students can letter in Speech and debate and earn their membership in the National Speech and Debate Association - the national honor society for students of speech and debate.
  • STEM Center/Tech Support
    The STEM Center is for all students interested in technology. Students in the STEM Center will also host specific projects and events which will be scheduled based on need.
  • Strategic Gaming
    This club meets weekly during lunch to play complex card, deck-building and board games during lunch. If you have a game you love, come to a meeting and we can gauge interest! We will also have periodic after-school meetings to support longer campaigns and games. Possible meet-ups at gaming tournaments to be planned by the officers and members though out the year.
  • Student Council
    This elected group is the voice of the student body and is responsible for student-driven activities at the school.
  • Tap
    This will teach the history and basic techniques of tap dancing to anyone interested. This club will work to spread awareness and appreciation of tap as an entertaining, originally American for of art.
  • Ultimate Frisbee
    This club provides students with an opportunity to learn how to play ultimate frisbee. The club will meet once a month at lunch time to learn fundamentals of the game and play for fun. We would like to increase participation and commitment to form a team to eventualy compete against other high schools.
  • Women's Homeless Initiative
    The Women’s Homeless Initiative is a consortium of churches working together to give sanctuary and hospitality every night to women who would otherwise be sleeping on the streets. WHI offers these women a chance to be known, heard and cared for with compassion, dignity, respect and presence of heart. Regis Jesuit students work with St. Ignatius of Loyola (the Jesuit parish in Denver) to provide a warm welcome to the 25 women they host. We set up cots for the women to sleep, help serve dinner and then we sit and share a meal with them while we get to know who they are.
  • Yearbook
    Yearbook club provides students with the opportunity to have input in how the yearbooks are produced.  Members work to help put together our school yearbooks.  Students will be instructed / expected to take photos, do interviews, and help to produce layouts for the yearbook.