(Clubs available for Junior High students have an *)
Art Club* – John Demory
Band/Jazz Band* – Tom Nelson
Chess Club* – Kevin Kahler
Choir – Travis Richter
Dance Marathon – John Demory
The Regina Debate Team participates in Public Forum debate throughout the state of Iowa. Students research and practice a new topic each month.
Includes the High School Fall Play and Spring Musical and the Junior High Spring Play.
Geography Bee* –
Geography Bee is a competition open to all 7th and 8th grade students. Winning students have the opportunity to compete on the State and National Level after winning our school competition.
Girls Who Code Club
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Library Club* – Joan Belknap
Library club meets every week on Wednesday. About once a month we meet during intercession and the other weeks we meet at lunch. Bring your lunch to the library and join us. We talk about books, have special activities, have special food days like pizza or ice-cream sundaes and sometimes go to a movie or watch a movie in the library. Sometimes we just visit about interesting things. If you think you might like it, come for a visit and perhaps you’ll decide to keep coming.
Math Club – Beth Hill
Throughout the course of the year, our Math Club team members compete across the state against other schools our size. For each competition, there are 4 tests. A sprint, target, team and relay test. The first two are individual while the latter are where you will work in groups of 3. At the end of the day, points are tallied and awards are presented. If you are interested in getting into a good College and your focus is math-based, then Math Club will help you achieve your goals.
National Honor Society – Lynne Zoulek
National Honor Society is a school sponsored organization that recognizes those students who show a positive character, are good leaders, excel in academics, and do volunteer service work. It is open to sophomores, juniors and seniors. Must have a cummulative GPA of 3.5 to apply.
Newspaper/Yearbook* – Joshua Rouse
Operation Smile –
Pro-life Club – Kevin Kahler
Quiz Bowls – Barb Reilly
Regina’s Quiz Bowl Team attends quiz bowl competitions throughout the state. Teams compete at the Ankeny Quiz Bowl Iowa State High School Quiz Bowl, Bettendorf Quiz Bowl, Drake Honors Quiz Bowl and the Department of Energy Science Bowl to name a few. Members include students who like to compete in this type of setting and who excel in such fields as math, science, history, English, and general trivia.
Retreat Team Leaders – Shelly Conlon
Robotics Club* – Gordon Hackett
The Regina Robotics Club is for high school students who want to learn about robotics by building, programming and having them compete in qualifiers. This year’s First Tech Challenge is “Bowled Over” and the rules and scoring methods are located on the website www.usfirst.org. It is a great way to apply technical skills and to meet other people from Regina and other schools, who share the same interests.
Service Club* – Katherine Sprengelmeyer
Sewing Club* – Stacy Sueppel
Silver Cord – Patrick Moeller
Speech – Rachel Scholze
The Regina Speech Team is composed of group speech and individual speech and competes in the IHSSA competitions Jan-Mar. Students participate in a variety of drama and acting experiences while working for competitions.
Social Justice Club* – Diane Platte
Social Justice Club is open to any interested JH or HS student. Club members partner with community organizations to investigate and work on issues such as poverty, climate change, minimum wage, and supporting immigrants and refugees. Social Justice Club meets during Intercession the first Thursday of every month. Volunteer opportunities occur throughout the school year. Website
Student Ambassadors* – Pam Schowalter
Student Council* – Kimberly Martin
Student Council is an organization conducted by students and supervised by adults. The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body. They help share student ideas, interests and concerns with the school wide community.
The function of the student council is based upon parliamentary procedures. Ideas are presented, voted upon and confirmed by the student body president. Any student that is interested in leadership, organizational behavior, event planning or becoming more involved in the school is welcome to become involved.
TAG – Barb Reilly
The Regina 7-12 Talented and Gifted Program supplements the curriculum by offering opportunities for students with 97% or higher CORE Total on Iowa Assessment tests. Students are eligible for programs such as, Knowledge Master Open, Scholastic Challenge, Thinking Cap Quiz Bowl, Math contests, geography bees, spelling bees, etc.