History

Saint Gregory’s School was founded September 17, 1962 by Catholic laymen and women who believed there was a need for an educational institution for boys with the highest educational standards coupled with strict limitations on class size and a proper emphasis on co-curricular activities. Since it's inception, there was a vision of one day becoming a co-educational institution.

In 2016, the Board of Trustees voted to fulfill that vision. Grades Nursery through grade four became co-educational in the Fall of 2016. Grades five through eight will become co-educational in consecutive years beginning in the Fall of 2017.

Saint Gregory’s School is located on 22 open acres in Loudonville, a suburb of Albany, New York and serves students from many surrounding communities and backgrounds.

Founding Headmaster Raymond O'Brian 1962-1989

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