The Regis Campus fine art program features classes in digital photography, yearbook, video productions, two-dimensional work (Art 1, 2, 3, Art/Drama Survey) that focus on drawing and painting as well as classes that focus on ceramics and other three-dimensional work (3-D Design).

Eric Loftin believes that a strong work ethic, a strong vocabulary, and the capacity for critical thinking are the foundation of becoming a successful, well-rounded student.

As a result of the importance Eric Loftin places on rigor and studio practices, art students graduating from Regis have earned over $300,000 in college scholarships for fine art since 2011.


The Regis Campus is becoming increasingly known for its excellent performing arts. All freshmen have the opportunity to take Theatre and Communication. Other electives offered for students are Theatre Fundamentals and Advanced Theatre.

Each year the Theater Department produces a fall play and a spring musical directed by Anna Boedigheimer.

Thespian Society Troupe 6842

The International Thespian Society (ITS) is the Educational Theatre Association’s student honorary organization. ITS recognizes the achievements of high school and middle school theatre students. Since 1929, EdTA has inducted more than 2 million Thespians into ITS. That number continues to grow, with more than 36,000 students from around the country being inducted each year.

2018-2019 members

  • Wyatt Koenig
  • Alicen Ditter
  • Maureen Duncan
  • Jackson Reynolds
  • Tristan Klascius
  • Holly Blish
  • Jacob Bentz
  • Eli Stuckart
  • Abbie Minten
  • Sam Hernandez
  • Mason Koenig
  • Matthew Nusom
  • Jayna Hendricks
  • Avari Schumacher
  • Bryce Campbell
  • Kelly Lejeune
  • Derek Boyd
  • Laughlin Vetter
  • Sara Vetter
  • Fisher Hedrick
  • Anastasia Vaughn
  • Flynn Quigley



  • Preschool through fifth grades
  • Part of the regular curriculum
  • Two days a week, 30 minutes per class
  • Students learn percussion, recorder, and other various instrumentation  
  • Music appreciation, music theory, genre studies are taught


  • Sixth through eighth grade students, elective offering
  • One day a week
  • All year
  • Singing and performance skills are taught, practiced, and presented to an audience
  • Choir performs at school concerts, Mass, and other off campus opportunities

Mass Celebration Choir

  • Kindergarten through eighth grade students
  • Meet Wednesday mornings before Mass for practice
  • Lead music in all school Masses, including those celebrations when Regis and St. Mary campuses combine.

North Santiam Theatre Camp


Camp is offered at the end of June and is held on the Regis Campus. Students having completed the third-eighth grade are welcome.

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