Welcome Future Panthers!
Building upon Dominican values, Regina Dominican is uniquely able to inspire, shape and prepare brave and confident young women to discover and strengthen their innate leadership talents for future success. We deliver a tailored experience that both supports and challenges young women – intellectually and personally. We instill a joy for learning and a commitment to inclusion and compassion, along with a challenging academic foundation needed to excel beyond high school.
As we continue to write new chapters in our 60 plus year story, we are excited to share our warm, welcoming environment and beloved traditions with our future Panthers and their families. These traditions include our weekly PAWS for Celebration gatherings, gnimocemoH, athletic contests, pep assemblies, and more, all grounded in our Dominican heritage!
We are also thrilled to celebrate these events in our newly renovated Heart of the School which opened in May of 2023. Our new main entrance, updated cafeteria, locker-bay, and student commons, continue to provide a personalized high school experience for every young woman who walks through our halls.
There are over 10,000 Regina Girls in the world. Each with a different story but with one thing in common, they started their successful journey here. We challenged them academically but more importantly we gave them opportunities to explore interests, use their voices, and gain the confidence they needed to succeed. Lawyers, doctors, nurses, teachers, authors, chefs, politicians, engineers, architects, mothers, grandmothers, and sisters; all of whom have a chapter or two that involve plaid skirts, the infamous bathtub on the third floor and/or one or two iconic teachers that made an impact on their life. Accompanied with the Dominican value of veritas and our personal value of caritas, Regina Girls have and will continue to change the world, never shying away from a challenge. The world needs more female leaders and it all starts here.
We invite your daughter to attend a Shadow Day, Open House, or one of our many prospective student events to see what it means to be a Regina Girl.
Her story starts here.
Eleanor Schmerler-Rich ‘09
Vice President of Growth