Fall Sports Tryouts

All fall sports tryouts begin on Wednesday, Aug. 10th: cross country (3:30 p.m. - cafeteria); field hockey (9:00 a.m. - RHS field); golf (contact Coach Taras –; 586.322.6706); swimming/diving (3:00 p.m. - cafeteria); freshman volleyball (2:00 p.m. - gym); JV volleyball (12:00 p.m. - gym); and varsity volleyball (10:00 a.m. - gym). All athletes must have had a physical prior to beginning tryouts.

2016 Fall Fundraiser

Mark your calendars for the Annual Dinner and Reverse Car Raffle on Monday, Oct. 10th at Penna's of Sterling. Your evening begins with hors d'oeuvres, a six-course dinner and open bar throughout the evening. Then the excitement begins to build...who will be the lucky winner of a two-year car lease or cash option? A variety of raffle ticket options are available.

Kroger Rewards Participants

The Kroger Community Rewards Program was designed to make fundraising easy when using a Kroger Plus account. A portion of EVERY Kroger purchase is returned to the school when you enroll in the rewards program and link your account to Regina. If you, a family member or friend would like to sign up, visit and register with your email and a password. After clicking “enroll now,” enter Regina's NPO number which is 91774.

Archery Team Hits Target

Congratulations to the Archery Team for their excellent results at the Michigan High School Archery Association State Championship. In addition to a second place overall team finish, Marissa Romund took first place in Open Recurve, Leah Bordo placed third in Bare Bow Recurve, and Christina Byrd earned a college scholarship by capturing first place honors in Bare Bow Compound. 

General Book Buyback

MBS Direct offers two options for buybacks: EZ Drop at school or direct online return. Book buyback at Regina High School is on Tuesday, June 7th from 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in Room 105. NOTE: MBS requires families to log into their website prior to the buyback, input the ISBN numbers of books that are being sold back, and print two copies of the quote that need to be returned with the textbooks on the actual EZ Drop buyback date.

Exam Attendance Policy

Students who are exempting an exam or are enrolled in a class that does not require a final exam do not need to be in school during that exam period. A parent does not need to call the school or send a note to excuse a student who is exempting. When exempting students are in the building during an exam period, they must remain in the library or cafeteria for quiet study. No one should be in the halls, at lockers, in the lobby or in Saddles Cafe while an exam is being given.

Make-Up Time for Excessive Absences/Tardies

Students who have exceeded seven absences in any second semester class are required to make-up time per the school's attendance policy. Make-up sessions are held Friday, June 3rd and Monday, June 6th from 7:50-8:50 a.m. and 12:30-3:30 p.m. Credit for a class will not be issued until the time is made up. Each affected student has or will receive a letter indicating the amount of time she is required to be present.