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Why Regina Dominican?

A place where she can dream big and achieve more.
 
The world needs more female leaders. As experts in girls’ education, we are passionate about developing them. A premier, independent all-girls high school built on Dominican values and tradition, we educate and empower our students to be independent thinkers, relentless truth-seekers, and confident and compassionate leaders.
 
How do we do that?
  • A Personalized Academic Path: Challenging programs and courses uniquely tailored for her individual strengths and interests.
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  • Opportunities to Explore: Variety of academic courses, 8 Honor Societies, 10 athletic teams, over 35 clubs, service projects, social events, and a vibrant alumni network.
  • Unique Leadership Programs: Designed to give students the confidence and skills female leaders will need to be successful in the future.
  • College Placement Success: Whether your student is interested in STEM, Fine Arts, Communications, or Business, we guide and advocate for her to move on to the perfect spot for her to grow and thrive.
  • Welcoming Environment: Our warm, supportive, and friendly environment gives our students the confidence to take risks, use their voices, explore new interests, and build relationships with peers and mentors that last a lifetime. And, don’t forget the fun. Regina Dominican girls love to have fun.
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  • All Girls: We understand best how girls learn and the support they need to thrive now and in the future. Our entire school is customized to the unique needs of young women striving to reach their greatest potential.
  • A Strong Community: We form strong partnerships with other schools, Universities, local organizations, parents, and our alumni to offer more resources, opportunities, support, and even social opportunities to our students.

Spotlight

Testimonials

News & Announcements

Regina Dominican Soccer Regional Champions Featured Photo

Regina Dominican Soccer Regional Champions

Regina Dominican soccer won the IHSA soccer regional Thursday night, defeating Waukegan-Cristo Rey 3-1. With a win Saturday, the Panthers would play either Richmond-Burton or North Shore Country Day for the Sectional championship. That contest would start at 4:30pm at Woodstock Marian.
Track & Field 4x800 team heading to State! Featured Photo

Track & Field 4x800 team heading to State!

Regina Dominican's Track & Field 4x800 relay team of Nora McCabe '25, Chloe Thiel '26, Olivia Mauer '26 and Charlotte Kroll '25 finished 5th at the Class 2A Carmel Catholic IHSA Girls Track and Field Sectional on Wednesday.  The team finished with a time of 10:13.51, which earned the group a trip to the IHSA State Finals based on beating the IHSA State Qualifying time of 10:15.7
Regina Dominican Track & Field back-to-back ISL Champions Featured Photo

Regina Dominican Track & Field back-to-back ISL Champions

Regina Dominican track and field made it back to back ISL championships Saturday at Lake Forest Academy. The Panthers finished the day with 122 points, which edged Latin with 119 points.    UHigh finished 3rd with 84 points.

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At A Glance

  • 2023 graduates awarded $13,120,200 in scholarships
  • 60% of students take at least one AP course
  • 98% of students are involved in one sport or club
  • 71% of faculty have earned or are earning advanced degrees
  • 5,017 hours of service completed by students in 2022-2023 year