I have three daughters who graduated from La Reina and could not have been happier with the overall experience. They each had different aptitudes and interests yet all were challenged to achieve at their highest potential, all found extracurricular activities to ignite their passion, and all made great
... Read more friends for life. LRHS is a college prep school so the academic rigor is there yet any student aiming at college should be able to do well. The Catholicity of the school provides a solid foundation for the students to explore their spirituality and solidify their values. Most importantly, the single gender environment and the culture that the school cherishes both developed my daughters from young girls into amazing young women who are enthusiastic, confident, moral, productive, articulate, and creative. What parent would not want this for their daughter? Read less
Posted by a parent on 09/11/13
Women of consequence, that is what La Reina strives to graduate. As a member of the faculty, I can honestly say that is what we deliver. I split my professional time between La Reina and a local University. As an instructor who has spent my career in higher ed, La Reina is the only high school I have
... Read more ever taught at. I have no problem teaching course work here. I don't need to adjust my teaching style, course content or academic expectations for La Reina. The girls really rise to the challenge of vigorous academic analysis. Students that go to La Reina are something special. I am so often impressed by these girls - what they are capable of and how intellectually mature they are. The best endorsement I can give is that I plan on sending my own daughter to La Reina when she is old enough:) Read less
Posted by a teacher on 08/16/13
I am posting in response to the "one star" comment below. some students are NOT La Reina girls and they are much better suited for public school. Comments like that should be taken with a grain of salt because most often, the girls that leave do so for boys and/or easy academics. Even more interesting
... Read more are the number of girls that try to return after leaving because they realize just how wonderful La Reina really is. Parents should be parents and not allow their daughters to choose the path of least resistance or to pick a school based on boys being present. School is meant to prepare you for university and more. La Reina has a 100% acceptance rate to four-year universities. You cannot please everyone, but some girls just aren't meant to be a part of the La Reina legacy to begin with, and that really is a good thing! Read less
Posted by a parent on 07/28/13
This school has been such a gift to my family, especially my daughter. She has become more confident, has a sense of purpose, and is eagerly looking forward to preparing for university. She now loves math and science because she has teachers that are role models and mentors. She is never made to feel
... Read more badly because she is bright and doesn't have to pretend to be "dumb" to get someone (boys) to like her. Other girls are not intimidated by her because they all want the same thing: success. I speak with students from other schools, both public and private, and I am often appalled by what they wear to school, what they focus on in conversation, their inability to look me in the eye (or away from their phone), and the complete lack goals or motivation to prepare for life after high school. They have absolutely missed the purpose of school! I often wonder why anyone would NOT choose La Reina for their daughter as it is clearly the best school in the area. Too bad there is no boys option of this caliber, not to mention middle and elementary schools that can match the atmosphere, academics, and reputation of La Reina. It is, without a doubt, the best school in Southern California. Read less
Posted by a parent on 06/26/13
Now a senior in college applying to graduate school, I can truly say that La Reina was the best decision ever made in my academic career. La Reina not only taught me how to excell academicly, but also socially. La Reina's diverse student body is eminent in every area and made for the perfect enviornment
... Read more to grow as an individual alongside my peers. The friendships I made at La Reina are are still the ones I hold closest today. La Reina High School values individuality and facilitates critical thinking in a way that I believe no other school can. I will be forever grateful for my LRHS experience, and hope that more young women continue to take part in what La Reina has to offer. Read less
Posted by a other on 05/07/13
I went to this school from 7th grade to 10th grade, which I thought was a good length of time to be here. When I left and transferred to public school, my academics were so far behind that I had to drop all of my honors and AP classes. Now, at public high school, I feel that I am way more prepared for
... Read more college then I ever was at La Reina. I recommend this school for 7th and 8th grade, but after that, go to a normal school. Read less
Posted by a other on 01/03/13
This website defines a "great" school as: Excellent teachers Strong principal/school leadership Challenging academic programs La Reina has all of these and so much more! I am a student here and absolutely love it, everyone is super nice, and I don't think I have ever been involved in any type of drama
... Read more here. The academics truly prepare you for college. The English program can't be beat, and all the teachers are fantastic. I am able to do any club without the threat of being made fun of since everyone here is so supportive. There is no where I would rather be, from the sports, to the academics, to the extracurriculars. One thing that really makes La Reina stand out is the outstanding speech/ debate/ mock trial program. I joined it this year and I really feel like it helped me mature and develop as a person. Cannot think of one negative! Read less
Posted by a other on 07/13/11
My daughter attends La Reina & will graduate in '13. She loves La Reina! Yes, there is alot of homework and the curriculum IS challenging. It is not easy to be accepted- many who apply are not. But, the girls who truly want to be there are attending. It is a very supportive environment, there
... Read more are uniforms- but that makes 'jeans' even more special. Academics are strong, Sports Teams are very strong also. LRHS has won Mock Trial 17 out of the last 21 years! The girls who graduate go one to very successful University careers. LRHS has many physicians, attorneys and other professional alumni. Christian Service hours are also mandatory for graduation. Although competitive- the girls make life-long friends and develop high self-esteem & confidence. Great school for your cherished daughter/s !! Read less
Posted by a parent on 04/20/11
La Reina is a great school, and I absolutely love it there. The teachers are overall pretty nice, but there are a few ones who are not so great. The whole student body is like a family. If you want your daughter to have close friendships, a great education, excellent clubs/sports, and a high school experience
... Read more without all the drama, La Reina is the place for you. The only reason why I gave it four stars instead of five is that they give you a boatload of homework; and because I am on a sports team for every single season, by grades have dropped because I just cannot finish it all. But, I wouldn't go to any other school. La Reina is the place to be. Read less
Posted by a student on 02/21/10
THE BEST SCHOOL IN THE WORLD U WOULD BE CRAZY NOT TO HAVE YOUR DAUGHTERS GO HERE!!!!! im not even Catholic but the small class and only girls is the perfect enviroment. i didnt even want to go to college at first cuz i would be leaving my beloved school/
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Thousand Oaks schools — La Reina High School is located at 106 W Janss Rd, Thousand Oaks CA 91360. 106 W Janss Rd is in the 91360 ZIP code in Thousand Oaks, CA The school district for La Reina High School is the Archdiocese Of Los Angeles. La Reina High School is a Catholic school that serves grade levels 7 - 12.
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