Agenda-2016/17 (click here)

 

The St. Gregory staff welcomes parents and students to a new academic year. There is a wonderful feeling of anticipation that is sparked by the beginning of a new school year. To keep this feeling alive in each child is vital. To see God in each child and to reflect the love of God for each child is surely the best way to make this happen.

We, the staff of St. Gregory Catholic School, believe the work of the Catholic educator should embody a feeling of self-worth, self-discipline and respect for both the student and the educator. Our intent is to provide a community where Catholic values are respected both in theory and practice. We strive to educate the whole child: mind, body, heart and soul.

We hope that the time you spend in our school will be a rich and rewarding experience in terms of spiritual, social, emotional, academic and physical development.

We recognize that parents are the first and foremost models of discipline for their children. We ask that parents remain in close contact with us and play a vital role in supporting our code of behaviour. Self-discipline and responsibility for one’s own actions are necessary for the success of any student. Children are taught to be aware of their responsibilities. They are also encouraged to respect the rights, opinions and feelings of th