Welcome Back Saint Gregory’s Alumni!

Over the past few months, we have had the wonderful opportunity to begin reconnecting with our alumni and their families. Our Facebook page has allowed us to share the Saint Gregory’s story through a variety of posts and photos. Our Throwback Thursday posts are a fun look back at Saint Gregory’s through the years.

Life at Saint Gregory’s is very busy for our students and faculty. Our students continue to excel in the classroom, on the athletic fields and in all of their activities and community service endeavors. Please take the opportunity to read more about life at Saint Gregory’s in our posted news stories, photos and videos on our website and our Facebook page.

There are many ways for you and your family to stay in touch with Saint Gregory’s. Stop in for a visit, drop by to cheer on our sports teams at their home games, volunteer to be an alumni ambassador for the school, and help us reconnect with your former classmates.

This is a very exciting time at Saint Gregory’s School, and we’d love for you to be part of it! Please take a few minutes to connect with us. Feel free to email Headmaster, Alan Barr, at to update your contact information or to share photos and news about your life after Saint Gregory’s. Please let us know if you are interested in sharing your story on our website, joining our Alumni Ambassador program, or taking some time to speak with our students about your career path.

Thank you for your continued support of Saint Gregory’s! We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Alumni Perspectives

Christopher Carroll, Saint Gregory’s ‘09, Currently attending University of St. Andrews, Scotland

Christopher Carroll

“One of the most beneficial things I learned at Saint Gregory’s was how to think outside of the box and to not allow others to set limits on what you can accomplish. The teachers have high expectations because they know what your potential is and help you understand it.”



Phillip Cushing, Saint Gregory’s ‘04Boston College ‘12, Currently attending Columbia Law School

“What I have comPhillip Cushinge to appreciate is how I learned how to be a gentleman. All of the experiences I had at Saint Gregory’s were so fundamental to what I have accomplished, and I will always hold them dearly.”