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Saint Gregory's fosters independent thinking, learning, leadership and scholarship, with an emphasis on providing the necessary skills to be a diligent life-long learner.

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We welcome you to visit our school and experience what makes us truly unique. Call today to schedule an individual campus visit and tour, or join us for one of our upcoming Open House events.

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Life at Saint Gregory's

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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Private Catholic School in Albany, NY

Overview

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

Saint Gregory’s Enrollment News

The Board of Directors would like to announce that Saint Gregory’s School has officially voted to accept girls through the 8th grade in a gradual roll-out. The school currently accepts girls in grades N-4.  Beginning in 2017, the school will be co-educational in grades N-5.  Each year the co-ed model will roll forward resulting in a complete co-educational program by 2021. We are very excited about the future of Saint Gregory’s School!    Please contact Headmaster Alan Barr for more information.

 

Sixth Grader Matthew Murphy interviewed on WYNT 13!

Saint Gregory’s 6th grader Matthew Murphy was interviewed during part of a spot on Siena College STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) camps. Saint Gregory’s teacher Dr. Andrade has been involved with the Siena Summer Camp program since 2009 as project leader, and occasionally as developer and coordinator. Matthew attended one of the STEAM camps called Introduction to Game Design.
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This Week at Saint Gregory's

Commencement 2016

Lower School Field Day