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Regis High School

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Regis High School is a Catholic school that enrolls more than 500 boys in grades nine through 12. It offers a range of academic courses, including computer scie... more
Regis High School is a Catholic school that enrolls more than 500 boys in grades nine through 12. It offers a range of academic courses, including computer science, English, fine arts, history, languages, mathematics, theology and physical education. The school provides opportunities for students to participate in various athletic activities, such as basketball, baseball, soccer, cross country, tennis, golf and volleyball. It is approved by the Middle States Association and the New York State Department of Education. It is a member of the Jesuit Secondary Education Association, the National Catholic Education Association and the New York State Association of Independent Schools. Regis High School is located in New York City.... less
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  • Michael B.
    2/9/2020
    Spectacular education, ideal learning environment, lifelong friends. If you get the opportunity, you'd be crazy not to take it.more
  • Tanya V.
    Tanya V.
    11/29/2018
    My son is a freshman, the school is exceptional!! Extremely small, and highly competitive to get in. But once you are there, the students and all the families are part of a small family that is...more
  • Dave K.
    Dave K.
    1/29/2010
    School for smart, Catholic nerds. Don't send your child here if you expect him to have a social life. Do send him here if you want a 1 in 4 chance of getting into an Ivy League. (25% of their...more
  • Marc T.
    12/28/2010
    Not the best 4 years of my life, but not the worst either. If you try not to worry about what college you'll get into and afterward how much money you'll earn, you might be salvageable.more
  • Gary B.
    7/12/2012
    Academically it is the best high school in New York City. You have to be in the top 2% of your 8th grade class, pass a grueling admissions test, and then pass a grueling interview to even be...more