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Regis High School (Stayton, Oregon)

Regis High School
550 West Regis Street
Stayton, Oregon, Marion County, 97383
 United States
Coordinates 44°48′27″N 122°47′56″W / 44.807559°N 122.798932°W / 44.807559; -122.798932Coordinates: 44°48′27″N 122°47′56″W / 44.807559°N 122.798932°W / 44.807559; -122.798932

Type Private, Coeducational
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established 1963
Superintendent Robert Mizia[1]
Principal Joni Gilles[1]
Grades 912[2]
Enrollment 159[3]  (2008-2009)
Color(s) Green and Vegas gold   [1]
Athletics conference OSAA PacWest Conference 3A-3[1]
Mascot Rams
Accreditation(s) Northwest Association of Accredited Schools[3]

Regis High School is a private Roman Catholic high school in Stayton, Oregon, United States. It is located in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Portland. Regis High School is one of only two Catholic high schools in Marion County.[4]


Regis has been accredited through the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools since 1966.[3]


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