Transportation Options

RJHS Bus Lines | Carpools | RTDLive Bus Map



Regis Jesuit High School offers several options to our students for travel to and from school other than in individual vehicles. Learn more about all these options on the other pages in this section:


The Regis Jesuit bus service provides safe and reliable transportation for students on standard yellow school buses to the school's campus in Aurora from throughout the metro area. View available routes, stop and schedule information, policies (including for late starts and weather delays) and conduct expectations.


Several RTD bus routes also service the school with stops on Lewiston Way. Learn more about teen passes and routes serving RJ.


We also partner with Way to Go, a carpooling program that helps families organize carpools with other RJ students who live in their neighborhood. Get more information on our partnership with Way to Go including contact information.


Access forms, available on the Dean's Office page, to register to park on campus or in the FCC lot.


Do your kids need a ride to Regis Jesuit? HopSkipDrive can help. HopSkipdrive is the leading ride service for children, founded by three working moms looking to solve their own transportation challenges. It's easy for parents to schedule rides with fully vetted CareDrivers through an app or on the web and then track those rides in real time. All CareDrivers have more than five years of caregiving experience and must pass a selective 15-point certification process, including extensive background checks, fingerprinting and in-person screening. HopSkipDrive also tracks and monitors every ride in real time with a team of dedicated safety specialists. To learn more about how to get your child safely to Regis Jesuit High School, please visit us online.


Regis Jesuit Transportation Contact: Emily Gerwick, 303.269.8128 


Non-discrimination Policy

Regis Jesuit High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.