Regina High School (Iowa)

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Regina High School
2150 Rochester Avenue
Iowa City, Iowa, 52245
United States
Coordinates 41°39′59″N 91°30′16″W / 41.66639°N 91.50444°W / 41.66639; -91.50444Coordinates: 41°39′59″N 91°30′16″W / 41.66639°N 91.50444°W / 41.66639; -91.50444
Type Private, Coeducational
Motto Truth Honor Loyalty
Religious affiliation(s) Catholic Church
Established 1958
President Lee Iben
Principal Glenn Plummer
Grades 912
Enrollment 415 (2009-2010)
Color(s) Navy Blue and Gold         
Athletics Cross Country, Volleyball, Basketball, Track, Soccer, Wrestling, Golf, Softball and Baseball.
Athletics conference River Valley Conference
Mascot Crownie
Newspaper Regina Spectrum

Regina High School is the only Catholic K-12 Education Center in Iowa City, Iowa. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Davenport. It currently houses 450+ in the elementary, and 400+ in the Junior/Senior High School. Their team name is the Regals, with a school mascot named "Crownie," an anthropomorphic blue and gold crown. The Regals won state football championships in 2005 and a four year period from 2010-2013.[1][2]