Regina Dominican, a premier all-girls, Catholic, private school, has been fostering academic excellence for over 64 years. The results of our efforts are impressive. Our extraordinary educational experience has launched generations of inspiring and successful women. We do that by offering a multitude of challenging academics, leadership initiatives, athletics, and co-curricular activities.
Rooted in the Dominican tradition, we challenge young women to be independent thinkers, relentless truth-seekers, and confident, compassionate leaders.
Future Female Leaders
We are passionate about educating the next generation of female leaders. Building on Dominican values and tradition, we elevate women’s leadership by educating and empowering our students to be independent thinkers, relentless truth-seekers, and confident and compassionate leaders enabling her to be the best that she can be, while making the world a better, kinder place.
Academic Excellence, Unlimited Opportunities
When it comes to academic excellence and college placement success, we are the North Shore’s best kept secret. Not only do we offer a challenging and exceptional academic curriculum, but every student follows an academic path tailored to their individual strengths. That includes access to limitless options through our membership in GOA, which is an exclusive consortium of schools where students have the access to a global learning community and over 300 unique courses like medical problem solving, bioethics, and game design. We extend that personalization to college placement as well, with our unique, in-depth college exploration and placement process. We know our program is successful because our 2023 graduates were accepted to 144 different colleges and Universities in 37 different States, and earned $13,120,200 in scholarships.
Values, Faith, and Service to Others
The Dominican value of veritas and our personal value of caritas, inspires our educational philosophy, which students of all faiths can benefit from. We challenge each other to stretch and be our best not only for ourselves, but in service to others. Regina students completed 5,017 hours of service in the 2022-2023 school year. We are truly a community that works through love and unity to create a positive learning environment, guided by the Dominican pillars of Prayer, Study, Service and Community.
Friendly, Supportive Environment
But what our students say sets Regina Dominican apart is the warm, friendly, supportive environment where girls feel like they belong, as well as the unlimited opportunities for her to fearlessly explore her own strengths and interests. 100% of our girls are involved in extracurriculars which range from athletics, dance, fine arts, academic teams, and travel-oriented experiential learning - there's something for everyone.