Regis High School (New York City)

Regis High School (New York City)

Regis High School is a private Jesuit university-preparatory school for academically gifted Roman Catholic young men located on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Annual class enrollment is limited to approximately 135 male students from the New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut tri-state area. The school's motto, "Deo et Patriae" (For God and Country), speaks to its intention to produce men committed to devoting the advantages of their education to the service of society and the underprivileged. All students at Regis receive a tuition-free education. Regis is widely considered a "feeder school" to the top colleges and universities in the United States.

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... Notable alumni include Vito Acconci, Performance Artist and Architect Peter Austin, Senior Vice President/Team Leader, Rosenthal Rosenthal Michael Bérubé, Paterno Family Professor in Literature, Pennsylvania State University Kevin Burke, Chairman, President, and CEO of Consolidated Edison Bill Condon, director and Academy Award-winning screenwriter Edward Conlon, NYPD police officer and bestselling author John M ... Corridan (1911-1984), Jesuit priest and organized crime fighter on the New York City waterfront in the 1950s, inspiration for Fr ...

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