What kind of School is Saint Gregory’s?
Saint Gregory’s is a Catholic, independent school. We have small classes and give individual attention to students as they pursue challenging academic studies. As an independent school, our policies are set by a Board of Trustees made up of parents, alumni and community leaders.


Is Saint Gregory’s School only for Catholics?
No. Children of many faiths attend and are welcome at Saint Gregory’s School. We enjoy the privilege of partaking in a school with spiritual traditions and practice.

What is Saint Gregory’s Affordability?  

The school is determined to make a Saint Gregory’s School education accessible to families from a wide range of economic backgrounds, the school charges a standard range of tuitions based on family need. We are going to charge the right amount of tuition for your family budget.

What Sports Are Offered?

A wide variety of sports are offered at Saint Gregory’s, including soccer, cross country, basketball, downhill skiing, track, and baseball…even cross country skiing! We offer intramural programs as well as competitive programs with other schools in the area. In our sports programs everyone participates and plays.

Is Transportation Available?
Yes. Most school districts are required to provide busing to all Saint Gregory’s students who live within a fifteen (15) mile radius. Parents form car pools for those outside this distance.

Are Books Provided?
Yes. We arrange for all necessary textbooks.

Are Uniforms Required?
In grades K-8 uniforms are required. Upon admission we provide all of the necessary information.
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What High Schools Do Saint Gregory’s Graduates Attend?
Significantly, many Saint Gregory’s graduates are recognized for their academic achievement and qualify for Advanced Placement programs and honor courses. The graduates attend various secondary schools: public high schools and boarding schools such as Hotchkiss, Canterbury, Portsmouth Abbey, Deerfield and Taft among others. Some students attend local independent schools including: LaSalle Institute, Christian Brothers Academy and The Albany Academies.