The Power of All-Girls
Regina Dominican is the premier independent Catholic school on the North Shore that challenges young women to be independent thinkers, relentless truth-seekers, and confident, compassionate leaders. We are a school that is built FOR girls, not just with girls. It is an important distinction because our entire school is customized to the unique needs of young women striving to reach their greatest potential. Our Faculty and Staff
will challenge your daughter to excel, teach her to be a confident leader in her community, and inspire her to live up to her full potential.
Regina Dominican is a school where your daughter can learn that there is enormous potential and power in being a girl, and nothing can stand in her way. We create a joyful and supportive educational environment for students from all backgrounds. We understand that social and emotional health is at the core of achievement for young women. We invest in young building up women who are confident in who they are and the gifts they bring to the world.
"Research has proven girls’ school graduates display stronger community involvement, greater cultural competency, and increased political engagement."- International Coalition of Girls' School
-92% of the Regina Dominican Class of 2022 were accepted to their first choice college or university and were awarded over $10 million in offered scholarships.
-95% of all-girls school students feel supported by their teachers. 90% of all-girls school students feel supported by other students. - Dr. Richard A Holmgren, Allegheny College, Steeped in Learning: The Student Experience at All-Girls
-80% strongly feel encouraged to develop their own interests. - Dr. Michael Gurian, Supporting Your Daughter on Her Journey to Adulthood
93% of all-girls school graduates say they were offered greater leadership opportunities. 71% of women who attended all-girls schools went to college with the goal of furthering their education in graduate school.
- Linda Sax, Women Graduates of Single-Sex and Coeducational High Schools: Differences in Their Characteristics and the Transition to College