Boys Division Departments
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The Department of Classical and Modern Languages at Regis Jesuit High School prepares students to live in a global, multilingual world by offering an academically rigorous and culturally enriching program in French, Latin, Mandarin and Spanish with courses from beginning through Advanced Placement.
The English Department’s curriculum is designed to prepare students for college and the years beyond. Students follow a four-year sequence of courses which includes English 1, British and World Literature, American Literature, and senior electives.
The Regis Jesuit Fine Arts and Media Technology Department preserves and cultivates the distinguished tradition of excellence in creative, humanistic and Jesuit education.
The Mathematics Department at Regis Jesuit High School is designed to fulfill the needs of college-capable students of varying mathematical abilities. We offer a multi-sequence program of courses to provide each student a demanding, rewarding and relevant mathematical education based upon his aptitude and achievement.
The Regis Jesuit Performing Arts Department preserves and cultivates the distinguished tradition of excellence in creative, humanistic and Jesuit education.
The Boys Division Physical Education Department is based on a hallmark of Jesuit education - cura personalis, the care and concern for the individual. Teachers work to develop the student's knowledge and encourage the implementation of a healthy lifestyle.
The Regis Jesuit High School Science Department provides a strong college preparatory curriculum to meet the varied needs of the Regis Jesuit students. Upon graduation the student will have the knowledge and skills needed for college success.
The social studies curriculum offers both a strong core and a unique list of special focus subjects that will fulfill the student's needs and interests. Students will experience classrooms filled with topics of a political, economic, religious, social, intellectual and artistic nature, all delivered through varied methodologies from lectures, to discussions, to seminars.
Students in theology are asked to encounter the deepest questions about God, themselves and creation, as they make a journey that begins with fundamental Catholic teaching and culminates in advanced reflection on what it means to be a person of faith.