Regis Jesuit High School
The goal of the sponsorship is to help students that are primarily in need of financial assistance and match Logan’s ideals.
Roslyn Ruano ’23
Attending Regis is important to me because I know I have an advantage at this school. Regis Jesuit High School is a pretty well-known name among colleges (in Colorado, as far as I’m aware) and the name itself gains you admiration for attending there. I wasn’t able to fully grasp that until one day I had to pick up my sisters from my old elementary school. I decided to stop by and say hello to the school librarian. As we caught up, the question of where I attended school came up. “Regis Jesuit,” I replied. The look on her face was awestruck, and she gave me a big hug saying, “I’m so proud of you, to think that one of our students could go there is amazing!”
To think that it was two years ago, when I made the decision to apply to Regis Jesuit. Now I’m very glad I did or I wouldn’t have met the Baumans and the huge support they’ve given me. It truly is thanks to them that I am at Regis. That little girl that was me two years ago would have never known what it was like to have a support system at Regis if I hadn’t applied. I wouldn’t have been able to take advantage of opportunities laid before me today. This is why I thank the Baumans for paving a way and letting us walk that path—not only me but also all those who’ve come before us and the ones that will come next.
Ja’Lyn Jackson ’24
Hello my name is Ja’lyn Jackson and I would like to say how much I appreciate the Baumans for everything they have done for me. I am in the class of 2024 and have gone to public school my whole life. I have never been challenged by the work so being able to go to Regis Jesuit has allowed me to improve my skills, learn new things, and be a whole person and not just a percentage. I play soccer for Regis Jesuit and participate in Technical Theater Club and Drama Club. I am the youngest child in my family with an older sister. I am also an uncle to my three year old niece.
- John Aya – 2013
- Bethany Trantham – 2015
- Spencer Chuck – 2017
- Madison Munger – 2018