La Reina High School & Middle School is a Catholic college preparatory school for young women in the tradition, vision, and educational principles of the Sisters of Notre Dame.

La Reina provides a nurturing, Catholic environment of educational excellence, focused on helping young women develop into moral and self-confident leaders, who work for the transformation of individuals and society.

Students are given opportunities to foster their relationship with God, to grow intellectually, to develop their individual gifts, and to be catalysts for the promotion of justice locally, nationally and globally.

Dean of Mission Sr. Regina Robbins with a student


La Reina Traditions

La Reina CrestLa Reina's program is based on the Notre Dame Educational Cornerstones. In 1964, Sister Mary Ralph Fahey, first principal at La Reina wrote, “The young women of the Conejo need a high school of high standards and excellent curriculum, but most of all they need a quality education based on the Catholic faith and values and a school where the individual student is valued and respected.”

Today, La Reina is proud to offer a challenging academic curriculum in a Catholic environment that celebrates the individual talents of our students. Click on the links below to learn more about how La Reina's many unique traditions nurture young women's academic, personal, and spiritual growth. 

La Reina Through The Years

2013 National Blue Ribbon School

2013 Blue Ribbon School Seal

La Reina High School was selected as a 2013 National Blue Ribbon School by the United States Department of Education. This is the highest national award that a school can receive and is given for a period of seven years.

La Reina was one of just three non-public high schools selected in the entire United States, one of two high schools in California and the only school in either Ventura County or the entire Archdiocese of Los Angeles.


La Reina graduates are women who are:


  • Understand Catholic faith and its traditions.
  • Develop a relationship with God through prayer, reflection, liturgy and retreats.
  • Develop respect for other faiths.
  • Demonstrate Christian values of integrity, justice and service.

Capable and Competent

  • Articulate ideas through effective written and oral skills.
  • Apply analytical, logical, critical, and creative thinking skills.
  • Use technology effectively, appropriately and ethically.


  • Appreciate, foster and share her God-given talents in her community.
  • Demonstrate leadership and service.
  • Participate in activities that demonstrate personal transformation.