Announcements

Arrangements for Mrs. Suzie Portnova

Arrangements for Mrs. Suzie Portnova, dear friend, loved teacher, and alumna (‘75) of Regina High School.

Please note that school will close at 12:40 p.m. on Thursday, January 10, and there will be no school on Friday, January 11.

All are welcomed and encouraged to attend the visitation and funeral Mass. Space will be limited in the Regina Chapel. Overflow of guests will be seated in the cafeteria to watch the funeral via live stream. Eucharistic Ministers will also be present in the cafeteria so all may receive the Eucharist.

Senior Olivia Pozsgay receives CMU Centralis Scholarship!

Regina High School senior Olivia Pozsgay has been awarded the Centralis Scholarship Gold Award from Central Michigan University. Olivia is one of only 150 students who received full tuition valued at approximately $56,000 and direct admit to the Honors College. Students are selected through participation in a one-day Centralis Scholarship Competition that is conducted each fall on the campus of CMU.

AFC/NFC Football Playoff Viewing Party: A Regina Dads Club Fundraiser

The Regina Dads Club invites you to the 
5th Annual AFC/NFC Playoff Viewing Party

When: on Sunday, January 20, 2019

Where: Total Sports and Entertainment (40501 Production Dr, Harrison, MI · 586-463-2000)

Time: Doors Open at 2 p.m.

Includes:  All you can eat pizza, salad and appetizers. Domestic drafts, well drinks, wine, pop, coffee, etc. 

Regina Holiday Trim Sale 2018

Happy Holidays from the Regina Mothers Guild!

It's that time to start thinking about Christmas. The Mother's Guild is having their annual Wreath & Poinsetta Sale. This is an easy way to help support our school and also save time by not having to run out to the store to purchase these items. The wreaths, swags, and poinsettas are just beautiful and long lasting!

Catholic League Prep Bowl 2018

We are so proud of the 33 students who were invited to represent Regina at this year’s Detroit Catholic High School League Prep Bowl at Ford Field! The Catholic League honors the students who hold the highest grade point averages in each grade level. These are based on their cumulative grade point at the end of the previous school year. Congratulations to the following students: 
 

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