Leadership is at the core of Regina Dominican’s culture. Therefore, the school offers numerous organizations that allow students to take on leadership roles in an extra-curricular capacity.

Class Leadership Board

The sophomore, junior and senior classes elect their own officers and advisory representatives. The freshman class elects officers and representatives at the end of the first semester. The Class Leadership Boards plan class activities throughout the year.  Events can include dances, socials, service projects and charitable fundraisers.

Dominican Preachers

Regina’s Dominican Preachers include students chosen from the sophomore and junior classes. Those selected attend the national Dominican High School Preaching Conference held in Adrian, Michigan. There, the students learn about the Order of Preachers and discuss the role of a student leader at a Dominican High School. The Dominican Preachers take on leadership roles throughout the school preaching the four pillars of Dominican life: prayer, study, service, and community through academics, art, music and assisting in school liturgies.

Peer Leaders

The Peer Leadership program at Regina Dominican is designed to provide freshmen with a safe place to communicate with their peers about issues that are of importance to them.

The Junior Peer Leadership program prepares students to become Senior Leaders as they are trained in the following areas:

  • Increasing their competence as leaders of groups
  • Learning how to work collaboratively in a group
  • Becoming active listeners offering constructive feedback
  • Examining issues faced by adolescents
  • Learning to become more accepting of others and more respectful of differences
  • Learning how to find solutions to problems that promote healthy development

As Senior Leaders, students serve as role models in the areas of academic achievement, involvement and leadership.  Senior leaders assist freshmen on a weekly basis through small group discussions. They help students balance academic and social responsibilities by discussing transitional issues freshmen may encounter during their first year of high school.

Student Council

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