Three La Reina athletes worked at a local clinic to teach sitting volleyball to disabled children, adults, and veterans.
You can do more than you ever imagined.
This is something of a mantra at La Reina. Athletics helps build teamwork and sportsmanship, it promotes friendships, and it teaches the value of practice. But more than all of this, we believe that athletics has the power to teach young women that they can achieve beyond what they even dreamed possible.
Through smaller teams and one on one attention, our coaches are able to give girls the individual direction they need to not only realize their goals but to go well beyond them – and to have great fun at the same time.
High School Sports
Track and Field
Middle School Sports
I think it’s important for every individual to feel valued, regardless of their rank as a swimmer. Every student has an important place on our team, and without each one of them we wouldn’t be as great.
- Tricia Orness, Swim Coach
Our commitment to safety -
La Reina's Sports Medicine Program provides an excellent standard of care for all athletic teams.
The program provides injury prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation. Our full-time athletic trainer also serves as a first responder on campus and provides medical care, education and information on many non-sports-related issues as well as all sports injuries.
La Reina softball defeated Santa Paula to win the 2018 Tri-Valley league title
The Regent Madness Tournament will pit all 11 Regents sports against one-another in a battle to see who is La Reina's favorite!
Two extraordinary La Reina students are seated at the top of heap in California in two unusual competitions.