September 19, 2017
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On May 19th the Regis School of the Sacred Heart graduated its largest class in its twenty-five year history. Thirty-three students received diplomas completing their elementary education at the all-boys Sacred Heart School in Houston. It was back in 1991 that the Regis School began with just 35 students. Today the school offers a Sacred Heart education to over 275 boys in the PK3 – 8th Grade program. As Headmaster, Dennis Phillips stated, “Regis continues to be the only all-boys independent Catholic school in the greater Houston area. Graduates from Regis continue their High School education at schools such as Strake Jesuit, St. Thomas High School, St. Pius X, St. John’s, Kinkaid, and Episcopal HS. 
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