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6–12 Campus Ministry


February 9-11: High-School Men’s Vocation Trip to Milwaukee (HS Only)

Any interested male students will embark on the high school men's vocation trip to Milwaukee on Friday, February 9 at 6 p.m. and will return from a weekend of fun, prayer, basketball, whirly ball, and great community at 5 p.m. Sunday evening!

February 16-17: Women Religious Vocation Trip to St. Paul (HS Only)

Any interested female students will venture to St Paul, MN on Saturday, February 17 at 7:15 a.m. and will arrive back at Regis at 8 p.m. the same day! This adventure-packed day will include encountering sisters from three different religious orders!

March 14-17: Regis Kairos Retreat 2024 (11th & 12th Grade Only)

Regis High School students will launch into the sacredness of the Kairos retreat on Thursday, March 14 at 3 p.m. and will disembark at 5 p.m. Sunday, March 17. Although the students will disembark from their trip, their journey with the Lord will have just begun!

April 4 | 5 | 11: Middle School Class Retreats (MS Only)

A team of Regis High School students will lead the middle schoolers on a day retreat, pointing them to a relationship with Christ. The 6th grade retreat is on April 4, followed by the 8th grade retreat on April 5, and lastly, the 7th grade retreat on April 11.

June 7: “The Answer”: Eucharistic Rally in La Crosse (MS & HS)

Any 6th-12th graders are welcome to rally behind Jesus for the Eucharistic Rally in LaCrosse on Friday, June 7. The group will leave at 8 a.m. and return at 11:30 p.m. This experience includes connecting with Jesus, through live music, confession, speakers, adoration, celebrating the Mass, and more!

June 23-28: Adventure Camp (MS & HS)

Any high school and middle schoolers are welcome to join the adventure with Christ at Crosswoods Adventure Camp in Mason, WI from 12 p.m. June 23 to June 28 at 3 p.m. You won't want to miss the ropes course, ziplining, swimming, the summer bonfires, or the grace to adventure with Christ for the rest of your life!

July 26-28: Steubenville St. Paul (HS Only)

Calling all high schoolers to a life-changing encounter with the Lord at the Steubenville youth conference in St. Paul, MN.! Jump on the bus at 1 p.m Friday, July 26 and return to Regis with the joy of the Lord at 3 p.m. Sunday, the 28.

The grades 6–12 campus ministry program at Regis High School and Regis Middle School involves the entire faith community at the schools. It is a ministerial complex of efforts that seeks to build a living faith community.

The program is attentive to the schools’ Catholic identity, the celebration of the Sacred Liturgy, the quality of religion classes and the witness of students and teachers to the life of virtue.

The campus ministry program at Regis is led by the Regis priest-chaplain who is the the director of campus ministry. The chaplain works closely with the part-time lay campus minister, the service learning coordinator and the religion department in coordinating and implementing the components of the program.

The program entails six components:
- Education
- Liturgy and sacraments
- Retreats
- Pastoral care
- Christian service
- Community-building programs

Educational Component

The educational component includes classroom visitation, lectures and presentations and assistance to the religion department in teaching certain areas of the Faith, especially those in regard to the Theology of the Body. Other academic departments benefit from the campus ministry program’s assistance in teaching areas of the Faith in collaboration with another discipline.

This component assures the full implementation of the religion curriculum framework of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and the diocesan religion curriculum. This component also assists with student assessment of the Faith and its practice through diocesan-approved assessments.

Liturgy Component

The liturgy and sacraments component includes the celebration of the Eucharist, the celebration of the Sacrament of Reconciliation, communal prayer and other related areas, including the regular opportunity for the adoration of the exposed Blessed Sacrament. This component of campus ministry, with zeal and patience, promotes proper liturgical instruction and the faithful’s active participation in the liturgy, both internally and externally.

This component, combined with the educational component, assures the correct and proper teaching of the Sacred Liturgy, especially the Mass, as the outstanding means whereby the faithful may express in their lives, and manifest to others, the mystery of Christ and the real nature of the true Church.

Retreat Component

The retreat component includes all-school retreats, class retreats and faculty retreats. These retreats contain aspects of forming community, appropriating the Faith, forming Christian conscience, educating for peace and justice, facilitating personal development and developing leaders for the future.

Faculty retreats and religious certification sessions are coordinated by the campus ministry program to facilitate personal development and to assist with Diocesan-required basic and advanced religious certification. Yearly student retreats and the educational component loosely follow the same curriculum so that students are able to live what they are being taught in the classroom through class retreats.

Pastoral Component

The pastoral component includes vocations-awareness, parish and deanery ministry programs, leadership training, assisting with alcohol and drug-abuse programs, suicide-prevention programs, programs on the situation of divorced and single parents and other related issues, including the ethical and moral use of technology and the communications media.

This component, combined with the educational component, assures that the religion curriculum includes the Church’s teaching on the respect for all human life and the universal call to holiness. The full implementation of safe environment teaching and practices is stressed and assured through this component. This component finally stresses and assists parents as the first and prime educators of the Faith for their children.

Service Component

The Christian service component includes collections for relief projects, visitation of nursing homes, community-service projects, tutoring programs and social actions. This component also stresses the missionary nature of the Church and promotes providing assistance to the Diocesan orphanage Casa Hogar Juan Pablo II in Lurín, Peru and Holy Cross Parish in Santa Cruz, Bolivia.

This component, combined with the educational component, assures that the religion curriculum includes components on the essential missionary nature of the Church, on farming as stewardship of the land and on personal stewardship as an essential response of faith.

Community Component

The community-building component includes peer-ministry programs, recycling and other environmental programs, school-promotion activities and faculty involvement in community-building activities.

This component, combined with the educational component, assures the presentation and integration in the religion curriculum of the principles and norms on ecumenism, the formation of consciences for faithful citizenship, the Church’s social teaching and the teaching about the evil of crime, domestic violence, and racism.


Kendall Alexander, Class of 2022
"Catholic Schools is a huge part of my life. I have been at Regis Catholic Schools since preschool, and I couldn't imagine receiving my education anywhere else. Teachers are able to incorporate the moral truths of the church into their everyday curriculum, whether it's a religion class or not. We are able to pray at school before every class and with teams before sporting events. I am so appreciative for the opportunity and for my parents' decision to send me to a place where school is more than an education."
- Kendall Alexander, Class of 2022
Holden Caporusso, Class of 2025
"I really love that my Catholic school emphasizes the importance of faith, education, and core values that will guide me to success. The emphasis on religion makes me a better, more aware person of what I must do to accomplish God's will."
- Holden Caporusso, Class of 2025
Maya Ridenour, Class of 2026
“I enjoy going to Regis Catholic Schools because everyone is supportive of each other. You also get to know everyone and become friends with them. Regis has made a very good impact on my life.”
- Maya Ridenour, Class of 2026
Colleen Callaghan, Class of 2024
"Regis Catholic Schools has made an impact on my life by teaching me how to be a well-rounded and hardworking person. What I love most about Regis is the community. I love hanging out with my friends and playing sports with them!"
- Colleen Callaghan, Class of 2024
Chase Kostka, Class of 2024

"Attending Regis has helped me in a lot of ways! I love that our school is small, giving me the ability to get involved in playing sports. I also enjoy being able to get to know everybody, even all of the teachers. My school is full of good kids and supportive people!"

- Chase Kostka, Class of 2024
Shaughnessy Murphy, Class of 2002
"The Regis motto, "Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow", couldn't be more true. The foundation for my successes today were first forged in the classroom and athletic programs at Regis."
- Shaughnessy Murphy, Class of 2002
Anna Allen, Class of 2021
"Going to a Catholic school has made me a better Catholic by enabling me to learn and grow my faith in an accepting and caring atmosphere. Through Regis, I have learned so many values and morals that I use everyday. The motto “Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow” describes Regis perfectly. They teach us how to be a leader in the community and classroom."
- Anna Allen, Class of 2021
Marianne Callaghan, Regis Parent
"It is so well worth it for us to sacrifice financially for our kids to come here because honestly, we don't feel like it is a sacrifice. We feel like it is an investment in their future."
- Marianne Callaghan, Regis Parent
Erika Galewski, Teacher
"Teaching is my vocation and I feel God calling me to teach. Having the strong faith-based education that we provide is something I think is very important for students to have at all age levels and all grade levels."
- Erika Galewski, Teacher
Grace Kristo, Class of 2020
"I feel like the focus on service and helping others helped me grow as an individual and the class sizes gave me an opportunity to learn more than I could at a public school."
- Grace Kristo, Class of 2020
John Mulligan, Class of 1983
"The values I learned at Regis carry over for your entire life; values like treating people respectfully and working hard to achieve your goals. These are values that lead to success in life."
- John Mulligan, Class of 1983

Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow

Regis Catholic Schools is dedicated to educating students of all faiths in a Catholic, Christ-centered environment. We are united by Our Core Values of Living Faith, Accepting Responsibility, Promoting Teamwork, Achieving Excellence, and Inspiring Leadership.