Admissions, Registration and Tuition

Thank you for your interest in St. Regis Catholic School! 

If you would like to learn more about our wonderful school, please fill out the form below. We will be in touch with you soon!

For admissions information and assistance, please contact our Admissions Coordinator, Karen Terzich at or 248. RAIDERS (248.724.3377), ext. 5039.

Tuition and Fees Policies

NEW! 2019-2020 Pre-school Programs Registration Tuition and Fees Policies

Registration for 2019-20 School Year for pre-school begins December 10th for current families. January 21st for new families. Please review the above booklet. We look forward to hearing from you and would be happy to conduct a personal tour of the school for you.

Young Fives – Grade 8 Tuition and Financial Policies Document 2019-20

Registration for 2019-20 School Year for Young Fives, Kindergarten, Elementary, and Academy Grades begins in March for current families.  We look forward to hearing from you and would be happy to conduct a personal tour of the school for you.  Applications are now being accepted for new families.

Financial Assistance:  To be considered for assistance from one or both programs, parents must submit the FACTS Student Grant & Aid form found on  The form can only be completed online and there is a $30.00 application fee.  The Archdiocese offers assistance for students in Kindergarten through 8th grade.  It is imperative that you have the FACTS application and all supporting documents in by the deadline date of April 23, 2019 in order to be eligible for one of the three tiers of the Archdiocese Assistance Program.  This year the award amounts per tier are Tier 1:  $1,100; Tier II:  $950; and Tier III:  $800. Round two applications will be accepted, however you will only be eligible for Tier III, which is $800 per student.  The Pastor’s Signature Form is also required, click  2019-20 Pastor’s Signature Form.

For more information, please take a look at the 2019-20 Archdiocese of Detroit Annual Tuition Assistance Program.



For more information on Admissions, contact Admissions Coordinator Karen Terzich at  or (248) RAIDERS (724-3377) Ext. 5040

Families register for school each academic year. Tuition and fees are approved by the Parish Finance Council with consultation from the School Advisory Committee.

The registration process is considered completed after all of the following items have been submitted and completed:

Enroll on-line in FACTS Tuition to determine your payment plan for the academic year.

Submit, with your Family Registration Form, all tuition and fees as defined in the Registration, Tuition, Fees, and Fundraising Raffle Policies document.

Financial Aid

Financial aid from the Archdiocese of Detroit is available to families in need. To be considered for financial aid, parents must submit the FACTS Grant & Aid Application annually, no later than April 30.  There are no exceptions to this date. The Archdiocese awards $800, $950, or $1,100 grants to all qualifying students.

In addition to the Archdiocesan awards, aid may be given to qualifying students through St. Regis Grants and Tuition Angels Financial Aid Fund. In order to be considered for aid, the FACTS Grant & Aid Application must be completed.

For additional information on receiving financial aid, please contact the business manager, Liz Kemp via email:

Welcome Wednesdays at St. Regis Catholic School

St. Regis welcomes students to come and be a Raider for a Day.  Your student can visit the engaging classrooms, meet students and teachers, and experience a day at St. Regis firsthand!    This is such an exciting time at St. Regis Catholic School.  We look forward to having your child spend a day with us!

Shadow days are held on Wednesdays.  The day begins at 8:30 and ends at 2:00.  Drop off and pick up is at the school main office.

Shadow Day Quick Facts:

Your child will be paired with a student ambassador. If you know of a Regis family, please let us know.

All incoming students take a grade-level assessment.  A copy of the most recent report card will also be requested.

At the end of the day, students entering grades 6-8 will have an interview with a member of our Admissions team.

Please inform the school office if your child has any allergies or medical needs.

Please bring a lunch.  We also recommend that students bring school material  (a book to read) in case the student host has an exam during the day.

All students must adhere to the St. Regis cell phone policy.  Cell phones must be turned off and out of sight during school hours.

Please dress modestly.   We recommend that boys wear khaki or dress pants with a belt, a dress shirt and dress shoes.  Girls may wear skirt or slacks, no leggings please.   Jeans or t-shirts are not permitted.