Boys’ Basketball Team wins CYO Tournament and finishes season with a perfect 15-0 Record.

The Boys’ modified basketball team won the CYO Tournament Championship Monday, March 13.  The team defeated Duanesburg School 56-32.  The victory ended a perfect season for the Knights who finished 12-0 in the regular season and 15-0 overall.  It has been a long time since the Knights won at the CYO Championship and we are very proud of our young men for their achievement. BoysBasketballTrophy

Saint Gregory’s School Celebrates Winter Fun Day

Students went ice skating at the Albany Hockey Facility.  Owner Ron Kuhl and his team were on hand to teach students how to ice skate.  Veteran skaters buzzed around the rink with parents and teachers.  It was a great way to spend a Wednesday afternoon together.


Kate and KathleenMr. Zak w 4th graders

100th Day of School Contest Winners


Students competed in poster contests and guessing how many M&Ms in select jars.  Above are our winners of the poster contests and the M&M Jars.  Congratulations to everyone!

Boy’s Basketball

The Boy’s Modified Team won their quarter-final game vs St. Matt’s 42-26.
Next up is the semi-finals vs East Greenbush Thursday March 9th at 6:00pm at SGS.
We hope everyone can come out and support the team.
Go Knights!

Boys Basketball CYO Tournament

Saint Gregory’s School has the honor of hosting the CYO Boys Basketball Tournament this year. Our own Knights, who went undefeated during regular season, will play their first round Tuesday, March 7 at 7:15 pm. Please come out and support the Knights!

Ash Wednesday Mass Message

Fr. Ken Paulli lead Saint Gregory’s Ash Wednesday Mass at Saint Gregory’s School.  He spoke about why college age students will wait and attend the 10:00 p.m. Mass, the last one of the day instead of the first Mass at 7:30 a.m.  He wondered why students do not want to show the world that they wear the mark of Ash to demonstrate their commitment to their faith.  Fr. Paulli then spoke to the Gospel reading saying do not be prideful nor give to others so that they may see you give.  We do not wear our mark of Ash to show the world our faith but we wear it to show God our faith.  It is a wonderful message to hear in an age where being seen is often applauded over what is being done.

Guest Lecture


Dr. Andrade’s Sixth Grade students engage with Dr. Korobeynikov, a professor of Islamic history at SUNY.