Whether it's our dozens Visual and Performing arts activities (plays, dance, singing, mock trial, etc.), our 50-plus Student Life activities (clubs, retreats, etc.), our 25 sports teams, or nearly 150 courses offered, any girl can find what she is looking for at La Reina. This is a school where young women are given the opportunity and the tools to discover and develop their passions. La Reina girls can do it all.
Our all-girl advantage really allows La Reina girls to shine. Every leadership position on campus is help by a girl-every club president, team captain, student government officer, and every classroom leadership role. So our girls go out into the world knowing that they are armed with the tools to lead, to succeed, and to thrive.
As impactful and integral to the mission of La Reina as our retreat and service programs are, they are only the beginning. La Reina girls put in thousands upon thousands of hours every year in service to one another, to our school, and to our community, and this service is not merely to check off a box on a college application form. It is a genuine response to Christ's call for us to love one another and to stand up for social justice.
Educational Heritage: The Sisters of Notre Dame
La Reina builds on the educational heritage of the Sisters of Notre Dame that originated more than 160 years ago in Coesfeld, Germany.
All of the sponsored educational institutions of the Sisters have been founded on four principles:
Notre Dame Educational Principles
- The centrality of a good and provident God
- The human dignity of each person as an image of God
- The Notre Dame educator as Gospel witness
- An integrated education for transformation
The faculty, staff, and students continually strive to give witness to these four principles in the lived reality of La Reina High School and Middle School.
For further information about the Sisters of Notre Dame, please refer to these links:
- Play a sport
- Join a club
- Pep Rally
- Friendship Week
- Microwaving Chef Cam's cookies and eating them with a spoon
- 8th Grade DC Trip
- Take a class with Mr. Jones