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Academics

In addition to the English curriculum, French as a second language programing is offered to students from Junior Kindergarten to grade 8.

Our staff is committed to assisting all students achieve and reach success.  Teaching effectiveness is supported by active participation in professional development activities.  Our staff’s strong commitment to literacy and numeracy is reflected positively in St. Gregory’s EQAO results.

The needs of all students are met through the dedication of classroom teachers working beside four educational assistants and a classroom resource teacher.  It is through the effective partnership of these educators, and a strong belief in parent communication, that students of all abilities can be successful

Our teacher’s strive to assure they are using technology effectively in their teaching, and it is through the aid of these tools that students, at St. Gregory School, are becoming 21st Century learners.

It is also through this technology that teachers are more readily available to parents in sharing student successes.

Extra-Curricular Activities

It is through the dedication of our teachers and parents that students at St. Gregory learn the fundamentals of team play, trying their best and committing to an organization.

This accomplishment is through our work outside of the classroom in the areas of sports, such as basketball, volleyball, track and field and floor hockey, as well as non-athletic opportunities such as choir, student’s council and drama.

It is our belief that when given the right opportunity every student can be successful.  Our joy is providing these opportunities and watching our students grow in their success.

Career Cruising: The complete guidance system

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NPSC Welcomes Dr. Ungar April 26(Posted:2/15/2018)

Our Parent Involvement Committee is pleased to welcome Dr. Michael Ungar to NPSC. Dr. Ungar is the founder and Director of the Resilience Research Centre and is Canada's Research Chair in Child, Family and Community Resilience. Join us April 26, 2018, for an engaging presentation to learn practical strategies for parents and caregivers to help young people of all ages heal. 

Free childcare is available, with RSVP.

Register today at www.npsc.ca/nurturing-resilience/ 

Register Now for the 18th Annual Carousel Evening(Posted:4/25/2018)

The 18th Annual Carousel Evening is happening at St. Joseph-Scollard Hall on May 16, 2018. Join us for an evening of workshops, a keynote address and much more!

The theme this year will be "Opening Doors" with a keynote address by Lesley Andrew, entitled "Beating the Odds".

For more information and to register visit: www.npsc.ca/carousel-evening