About Us

Learn why Saint Gregory’s School earns its laudable reputation

The SGS Advantage

At a Glance…

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SGS was founded in September of 1962

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Our student/teacher ratio is 7:1

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Latin is taught from 5th through 8th grade, along with Spanish beginning in pre-K

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Many of our students are eligible to become apart of the John Hopkins Talented Youth Program

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More than half of our students qualify for National Junior Honor Society

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We have a dedicated team of full-time and part-time teachers, the majority of whom have advanced degrees in their field.

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Our average class has 12 students.

Our Philosophy

We believe every child is unique. Teachers take a child to heights they never dreamed possible.

Our Values

We strive to instill in our students important traits needed to thrive in the 21st Century:

Honesty & Integrity
Creativity & Innovation
Commitment & Perseverance
Curiosity & Confidence

Our Mission

Our mission is to prepare our students for the future by providing a rigorous and dynamic academic curriculum and engendering strong moral character in every student.

Board of Trustees

Officers

President – Willard A. Anderson II (‘83)
First Vice President – Peter J. Maloy (’74)
Second Vice President – Grace Clark
Secretary – Sarah Newkirk

Trustees

Peter J. Campito
Grace Clark
Lauren Hayes
Matthew Heerwagen
John E. Maloy, Jr. (’68)
Molly Nicol
Thomas D. O’Connor III (’99) – President of the Alumni Association
Elizabeth Bender
Ashit Patel, M.D.
Matt Heerwagon (’88)
Michael Raymond (’02)
Michael J. Uccellini (‘80)
Morgan W. Whalen
Kathryn Helm – Head of School *ex officio

Honorary Trustees

John T. Biscone
Denis E. Chagnon, M.D.
Rhea P. Clark
Robert T. Cushing
Robert T. Giombetti, M.D.
Thomas D. O’Connor, Jr.

Saint Gregory’s School Founders

Brooks and Mary Barvoets
Ernest and Polly Barvoets
Edward and Betty B. Crummey
Dorothy Donovan Farrell
Peter & Agnes Kiernan
Ernst & Virginia Kopp
Frank Wells McCabe
Thomas and Nancy O’Connor
John and Doran Zimicki

Saint Gregory's History
Saint Gregory’s School is an elementary school open to boys and girls of all faiths. It was founded on September 17, 1962 with three teachers, 32 students, and Mr. Raymond O’Brien as headmaster. It was conceived by Catholic lay people who believed there was a need for an educational institution for boys with the highest academic standards coupled with the proper development of individual character. The School’s goal was to provide each child with the confidence, work ethic, and knowledge to succeed in the most challenging of secondary schools. For the next 27 years, Mr. O’Brien built upon the School’s philosophy of providing a rigorous education, inspired teaching, attention to individual needs, and a commitment to responsible citizenship...
In 1989, Mr. James Breene became the second headmaster and oversaw the expansion of the Upper School with new science, technology, and mathematics classrooms. A decade later, the school expanded again with the addition of the Ernst A. Kopp Wing that included a new gymnasium, locker rooms, chapel, and additional classrooms and offices. In 2016, under the leadership of Jeff Loomis as Headmaster, the Board of Trustees voted to welcome young women to our school adding strength and diversity to the student body...
Saint Gregory’s continues to adapt itself to realize the vision of its founders who were dedicated to producing students of strong character with a passion for learning. The school has grown as a co-educational institution and continues to graduate hardworking, confident, energetic leaders with strong academic achievements and interpersonal skills.
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