Father Sean O’Brian led the Mass Friday, October 7, 2016 at Saint Gregory’s School. His message was about all of us having fear, as Mary did with Jesus, and how we must not give into it. We all have fear, from learning to ride a bike to our first time swimming, and we overcame those fears with much success. We must not be afraid to do good in this world and be an example of kindness and understanding. A message we all should hear everyday.
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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.
This Thursday, October 6, Fr. Kenneth Paulli and approximately 40 of his undergraduate students from Siena College will be visiting Saint Gregory’s School. SGS students from Grades 6, 7, and 8 will be working with Siena students as part of a new initiative entitled the SGS-Siena Collaborative Learning Project. The aim of the year long initiative is to create unique, cross-institutional opportunities for students to explore a range of generative topics and themes using a variety of texts and media.
On September 22, Dr. Andrade’s eighth grade history class ventured into the field as part of their exploration and study of Antebellum period. Dr. A’s students attended a lecture at the Albany Public Library offered by Mr. Giacomo Calabria, historian and author of License to Quill (St. Martin’s Griffin. 2015) and The Great Abraham Lincoln Pocket Watch Conspiracy (St. Martin’s Griffin, 2014).
Mr. Calabria has previously visited SGS to participate in SGS’s Author Series.
This Week at Saint Gregory's
Middle School students spend day hiking trails up Mt. Greylock in Massachusetts. We hiked in our lunch and hiked out with memories.
Young ladies enroll at Saint Gregory's School in grades 1-4 for the first time in the school's 54 year history.