School Profile

Regina High School, a Sponsorship of the Sisters of St. Joseph, Third Order of St. Francis was founded in 1956. It is a Catholic, private, all-female high school in the city of Warren, a suburb of the city of Detroit. The student body is cosmopolitan and comes from the three major counties surrounding the greater Metro-Detroit area.

ADMINISTRATION:

  • President:   Sister Mary Leanne, SSJ-TOSF
  • Principal:   Ann Diamond 
  • Asst. Principal:   Mrs. Karen Forys

ACCREDITATION: North Central Association / CASI/ School Improvement

CEEB CODE: 231-873

STUDENT ENROLLMENT: 350

GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT:

  • Junior/Freshmen Counselor:  Mrs. Nicole Leonard
  • Sophomore/Freshmen Counselor: Mrs. Amy Dulgerian

HIGH SCHOOL CHARACTERISTICS:

  • Private, college preparatory high school for young women Grades 9 through 12
  • 7 class periods per day averaging 45 minutes
  • 2 semesters (4 marking periods); 180 days in the school year
  • 100% of the Class of 2010 entering a 2 or 4 year institution of higher learning
  • 38 certified educators, 70% holding master degrees or beyond

GRADING SYSTEM AND CLASS RANK:

LETTER
PERCENTAGES
HONOR POINTS
WEIGHTED VALUE
INTERPRETATION
A
100-90
4.0
4.5
Superior
B
89-80
3.0
3.5
Above Average
C
79-70
2.0
2.5
Average
D
69-60
1.0
1.5
Below Average
F
59-0
0.0
0.0
Failing
  1. A minimum of "D" is required for passing any course.
  2. Each semester mark consists of two quarter marks and the final examination.
  3. Honor level courses are given the additional weighted value shown above and are marked IN BOLD on the course offering list. NOTE: Depending on enrollment AP classes may not run every calendar year.
  4. Sixty hours of community service is required for graduation.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS:

Students must earn 27 credits. The requirements are:

1/2 credit in Religious Studies for each semester in attendance 1 credit in Fine Arts
4 credits in English 1/2 credit in Computers
3 credits in Social Studies 1/2 credit in Physical Education
3 credits in Science 1/2 credit in Health Education
4 credits in Mathematics 6 1/2 credits in Electives

ACADEMIC PROFILE FOR THE CLASS OF 2013:

Class of 2013 received over $7 million in scholarships with 100% of students going to 36 different institutions of higher learning

2013 Graduates Four Year College Two Year College
100 90% 10%

Average ACT Core/Composite:

2007-2008  Ours 22.7  National 21.1  State 21.5
2008-2009  Ours 23  National 21.1  State 19.6
2009-2010  Ours 23  National 21.0  State 19.6
2010-2011  Ours 23.3  National 21  State 19.7
2011-2012  Ours 23.3  National 21.1  State 20
2012-2013  Ours 23.1  National 21.1  State 20.1