In 1914, Regis High School in New York City was founded by an anonymous benefactor. The mission was to establish a tuition-free institution that would provide a Jesuit education to academically gifted Catholic young men.
Now 100 years later, Regis is still keeping that mission alive. To kick off the centennial year, Jesuit Father Philip Judge, the president of Regis, rang the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange along with Arthur T. Minson, Jr. ’88 (Chairman, Centennial Gala Committee), Peter Labbat ’83 (Chairman, Regis Board of Trustees) and a dozen students.
Regis was able to arrange this event through Mr. Minson, who is the executive vice president and chief financial officer of Time Warner Cable. Click the video below to view a news segment about the event aired on NY1.
For the full story and more information on Regis’ centennial, click here.