The goal of the Regina High School Book Club is to encourage reading by providing a safe environment where literary discussion can take place in a respectful manner. Club members are responsible for reading one book each month. All books are previewed and selected by the Moderator. Membership in the Book Club is open to all Regina High School students and faculty. New members can join throughout the year by contacting the Moderator, Ms. Tracy Erickson. If you love books, you'll love this club!
Campbells Labels for Education
Members help to collect, cut, count, and prepare for shipment of all Campbell soup labels collected from each classroom. Each room has a collection container for students to deposit labels from any of the products made by the Campbell Soup Company. Our efforts have allowed Regina to obtain new equipment for our classrooms and for the library.
Christian Clown Ministry
The Regina Crown Ministry brings compassion of Christ to those in hospitals, nursing homes, and daycare centers in the metro area. Clown Ministers have helped parishes in the area with their festivals, enjoyed Easter and Christmas parties, and marched in the Thanksgiving and St. Patrick's Day parades. Students interested in becoming Clown Ministers must attend a full day workshop in order to be properly trained.
The cRew is an energetic club whose goal is to bring school spirit to the student body. cRew members can be recognized by their unique T-shirts that members wear for pep rallies, sporting events, Spirit Days, and other club functions. cRew is a great way to get involved and help your school get pumped!
A longstanding tradition at Regina, the Drama Club historically produces a musical and a straight play and/or one-acts every year. Club members have the opportunity to learn about and take part in set design, does not automatically guarantee an acting role, all club members are actively involved in every production. The club's fundraising activities are an important part of our tradition of excellence in theatre and are expected of club members.
Forensics Association members are creative, energetic, dramatic...and fun! As a Forensics team member, you compete in public speaking events against other high school students throughout the state. Your creative and dramatic abilities can be used to perform in the interpretation of various types of literature, in original prepared speeches, or in limited preparation events. Members meet every other Wednesday and are involved in monthly bagel sales. We write and rehearse presentation from October through January and participate in tournaments February through May. Come see what we're all about!
Free the Children
This international organization is dedicated to offering aid to poverty-stricken children who are exploited. Regina's group has fundraisers that help families in poverty both in this country and in underdeveloped countries with goods that allow them to become more self-sufficient and independent.
The Missions Committee educates the Regina community about the Church's worldwide mission to spread the Gospel and raises funds to support Catholic missionaries in poor areas around the world. Our efforts help missionaries provide food, clothing, housing, health care, education, and religion formation to the poorest of the poor. Regina also helps support our mission by fostering children who live in Bagladesh, India, Thailand, and Burma (Myanmar). Students are occasionally needed to help count money and educate the Regina community about the missions. Service hours are available.
National Honor Society
The National Honor Society is the leader among organizations and societies that promote appropriate recognition for students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, character, leadership, and service. NHS creates enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulates a desire to render service, promotes leadership and develops character in students. NHS makes a positive difference in the lives of individuals and in the spirit of the community and school. NHS members offer peer tutoring as well as participate in other activities including teacher aides and Eucharistic ministers.
The Saddle Bots, Regina's Robotics team provides opportunities for students to participate in, and experience, the various aspects required to field a robotics team in competition. Students participate by designing, constructing, testing, and driving the team robot. Along with drivers, other team members look after the mechanics of the robot during a competition. Students who choose to join should have a basic understanding of math and science, the ability to work with small tools, a spirit of cooperation, and be committed to attending building sessions and competitions outside of school hours.
S.A.D.D. stands for students against destructive decisions. All students are welcome to join S.A.D.D. The primary focus is to educate students about the dangers of various destructive decisions including the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol. Activities demonstrate that a good time is possible without the need for alcohol or drugs. S.A.D.D. sponsors the Red Ribbon campaign, outings at sporting events, an educational assembly, wall murals and much more!
St. Clare Franciscan Society
The St. Clare Franciscan Society is an organization for students who wish to promote the Franciscan identity and tradition of Regina high school, and enhance their personal Catholic spirituality by experiencing the richness of the lives of St. Francis and St. Clare of Assisi. Following the Secular Franciscan Youth Group Rule of Life, members plan and participate in works of charity, liturgies, scripture study, formation, social activities, retreats, community building activities and special events. The group maintains a close relationship with the St. Bonaventure Secular Franciscan Fraternity and seeks to encourage and support other school and Franciscan groups that promote Franciscan values. All are welcome to join!
Save The Animals Now from Devastation
S.T.A.N.D. is acronym for Save the Animals Now from Devastation. The primary concern for S.T.A.N.D. members is the welfare of animals including those that are in shelters or are homeless and those on the endangered species list. The secondary concern is for humans to live in and maintain a healthy environment. All money collected through fundraising is donated to animal protection and environmental clean-up in our community. The group has hosted guest speakers to share their expertise in dealing with particular animals.
The Science Club provides opportunities for members to acquire new friends and to interact and gain knowledge on the theme selected for the year. Some activities include fall and spring field trips, meetings and fundraisers. This year, the Science Club went to the Detroit Zoo! Previous themes have included Space, Aquatics, Birds, Flowers, and Mammals. Officers are elected in the fall.
The purpose of Regina Student Council is to lead and unite the student body in the Franciscan tradition. We strive to accomplish our goal through good leadership and faith. The student council is an organization that promotes and sponsors such activites as: Homecoming, the school-wide Kleenex Drive, the school-wide Thanksgiving Food Drive, Candy Grams (with De La Salle), Spirit Week, Showboat (the school talent show), Teacher Appreciation week, and School Sports Pep Rallies. We are also involved in the following community activities: Fall Training, Regionals, and the State Conference sponsored by the Michigan Association of the Student Councils. Our council participates in a service project each month and we are a member of the City of Warren's advisory board. The Regina Student Council has been recognized by the Michigan Association of Student Councils for excellence and achievement as an organization.
TEENS, I.N.C. (Teens In the Name of Christ) is a student organization that strives to spread the love of Christ through actions. We support the mandate of Christ who said, “Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” (Matthew 25:40) TEENS, I.N.C. will focus on and assist all walks of life that are sometimes treated marginally and/or without dignity and respect. These areas include the mentally and physically challenged, the homeless, the hungry, the elderly, disadvantaged youth and the unborn. Elections are held in the fall.
Video & Mass Communication
Calling all future television producers and anyone who has fun with the family video camera! This club focuses on learning how to become more efficient with a video camera. Throughout the year, meetings are held to share techniques and develop videography skills. Members film events including Powderpuff Rally, Junior Ring Ceremony, Channel One productions, Sophomore Day, special events, liturgies and other school activities.
*Co-Ed Clubs with De La Salle
As 'brother' and 'sister' schools to one another, both Regina and De La Salle participate in co-ed clubs. These clubs take place between the two schools with promotion and encouragement of co-existing in one group. These clubs include: The Ski Club, The Sailing Club, Color Guard and Show Choir.
Please note that there are some groups/organizations that you cannot 'join' because participants must be scheduled into a particular class, invited based on selection criteria, or voted in by classmates. These groups include Close-Up Government, Regina Scepter (newspaper), Regina Crown (yearbook), Eucharistic Ministry, Peer Ministry, National Honor Society, Ensemble Choir, Liturgical Band, Show Choir (De La Salle), Color Guard (De La Salle) and Student Council.