Girls Division Clubs

Clubs in red below have their own club webpage.

  • Arrupe
    The Arrupe Club offers students the opportunity to work with the poor and marginalized in our community.  Join our group for a chance to get your service hours in a fun environment, working alongside your sisters (and sometimes with the BD Arrupe Club), with such opportunities as tutoring, feeding the homeless, making meals for families with children in the hospital, and working with refugees and the elderly.
  • Art
    This club is for artists who would like to paint and share their creativity after school in a social setting. We will look at master artworks, plan our paintings and produce beautiful pieces.
  • Campus Ministry
    This group assists with the spiritual life of the school which involves planning liturgies, reconciliation and prayer. 
  • Chemistry Club
    This club is devoted to educating and informing scientific student on the possibilities that chemistry and its many fields provide.
  • Espirit de Corps
    A senior club that fosters leadership and sisterhood. The club organizes several senior led and attended events. The members of Esprit de Corps learn how to become leaders by working together and developing ideas and events based on the opinions and ideas of the senior class. The club also sets a goal each year to raise money for the GD Senior class legacy scholarship.
  • Fiat
    This club will particiate in weekly meetings and daily prayer and work to help girls understand that living the Christian life is an everyday commitment and that we need one another to help the journey. We will explore different forms of prayer, be committed to learning and living out the teachings of the Catholic Church, and supporting our sisters as we strive for holiness.
  • French Cinema & Café Club
    This club is open to all students with an interest in Francophone culture and who would be interested in learning about cultural differences and similarities through cinema (with English subtitles).
  • Girl Up
    Girl Up is an organization partnered with the United Nations Foundation to help girls around the world feel empowered, gain access to education, and gain protection from violence. With over 700 clubs around the world, Girl Up clubs are champions for change, empowering both people in their own communities and adolescent girls in developing countries to rise up.
  • Link (application only)
    Link Crew is a leadership opportunity for junior and senior girls who plan, organize and facilitate events to help welcome and retain our freshman to campus. Such events include, but are not limited to, Compass Day, Freshman Day of Fun and Freshman Retreat. Through making connections and maintaining relationships with our freshman students, Link Crew has an important job as the traditions, spirit, and sisterhood of Regis Jesuit is shared with our newest students on campus.
  • Math Honors (Mu Alpha Theta)
    This is a club for girls who love to engage in fun and challgenging problems, compete in various types of competitions, and put on a pi day to remember!
  • National Honor Society
    The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership and character. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.
  • Random Acts of Kindness
    Students committed to performing random acts of kindness at RJHS and out within the community
  • Regis Christian Life Community (RCLC)
    Regis Christian Life Community is a group dedicated to building a community of prayer and faith. We are working to foster a healthy relationship with God—which means we spend time talking about where we encountered God or struggled to find God in our daily lives. We gather weekly as a community of support, open to discussion and reflection. Our goal is support one another in our journey into a deeper, more genuine friendship with God.
  • Spanish Honor Society (application only)
    This is a nationwide Spanish Honor Society that celebrates students that excel in academics, service, leadership and personal character.
  • Student Athletic Training
    Student Athletic Training club will offer young women the opportunity to learn more about a career in Athletic Training. Students will have the opportunity to assist the Certified Athletic Trainer in many different aspects of athletic injury management, as well as playing an integral role with our athletic teams.
  • Women in Health and Science
    This is a club for young women interested in pursuing a career in, or simply learning more about scientific, technical or medical fields. Students will hear from guest speakers, attend field trips, and engage in community!