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Saint Gregory's offers students a rigorous academic program, balanced with rich programs in art, music and athletics. Our students learn and grow in a challenging and supportive environment.

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Saint Gregory’s School was founded in 1962 with the express purpose of providing a rigorous educational program in an environment driven by values that creates students with a strong moral foundation. While Saint Gregory’s is a Roman Catholic school, we serve students of several faiths and welcome diversity in all its forms. At the early childhood levels, Saint Gregory’s places an emphasis on providing the necessary skills to be a diligent life-long learner. In grades 1-8, Saint Gregory’s provides an education with an emphasis on strong literacy skills in the Lower School. The Upper School provides the students with a solid core education as well as strong exposure to the Arts, physical fitness, technology and community service in order to prepare them to attend the most challenging secondary schools.

Recent News

Boys’ Basketball Team wins CYO Tournament and finishes season with a perfect 15-0 Record.

The Boys’ modified basketball team won the CYO Tournament Championship Monday, March 13.  The team defeated Duanesburg School 56-32.  The victory ended a perfect season for the Knights who finished 12-0 in the regular season and 15-0 overall.  It has been a long time since the Knights won at the CYO Championship and we are very proud of our young men for their achievement. BoysBasketballTrophy

Saint Gregory’s School Celebrates Winter Fun Day

Students went ice skating at the Albany Hockey Facility.  Owner Ron Kuhl and his team were on hand to teach students how to ice skate.  Veteran skaters buzzed around the rink with parents and teachers.  It was a great way to spend a Wednesday afternoon together.


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This Week at Saint Gregory's

First Communion Mass Today

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