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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.
Father Vosco and the Saint Gregory’s School First Grade delivered the Holy Mass of All Saints Day on November 1st. On the day we remember all the Saints, the message was very clear. If you want to be like a saint, you have to like people. It is just that simple. So no matter what, if you wish to do good in this world, you have to like people. Liking and respecting each other are messages we teach everyday here at Saint Gregory’s School. These are traits that are part of what we value in each other.
Sixth and Seventh graders attended a school day program at GE this week. They saw presentations on using wind as a renewable energy, watched as turbines were being manufactured, and viewed an actual blade from a wind unit that measures fifty yards in length. After the tour, all students took part in a brainstorming session/competition to build the highest output wind turbine for the lowest cost. Groups then build their own designs. GE engineers measured cost per voltage output of each group’s model. Saint Gregory’s Boys took 1st and 3rd places with their designs and beat every high school team!!!! Well done Saint Gregory’s School!
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Young ladies enroll at Saint Gregory's School in grades 1-4 for the first time in the school's 54 year history.