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Traffic Flow & Car Line Rules

Check out our new easy-to-read diagram! Please be sure that you are following the flow of traffic and adhering to the rules for pick-up and drop-off.

Faculty Friday: Mrs. Cheri Grall

Every Friday we will interview a member of the GCS faculty or staff. These "Friday Faculty & Staff Spotlights" will introduce you to our talented teachers and staff, all of whom make GCS so special. This week, meet Mrs. Cheri Grall.

Faculty Friday: Mr. Robert Santoro

Every Friday we will interview a member of the GCS faculty or staff. These "Friday Faculty & Staff Spotlights" will introduce you to our talented teachers and staff, all of whom make GCS so special. This week, meet Mr. Robert Santoro.

GCS Hosts Annual State of the School Address

On Wednesday, September 13, Greenwich Catholic School welcomed over 125 guests, including parents, faculty, board members, and alumni, for the annual State of the School Address.

Faculty Friday: Mrs. Kerry Greenfield

Every Friday we will interview a member of the GCS faculty or staff. These "Friday Faculty & Staff Spotlights" will introduce you to our talented teachers and staff, all of whom make GCS so special. This week, meet Mrs. Kerry Greenfield.

Join Us for the Annual Secondary School Fair

The Secondary School Fair is a great opportunity to speak with over 90 school representatives from area high schools and boarding schools who will answer questions and provide admissions information.

GCS Student selected to compete in National Invention Convention

Congratulations to 7th grader Monica Hoyos, who, on April 29th, competed in the Connecticut Invention Convention and became a VIP member for Science and Engineering. She was interviewed by a number of judges and about 50 guests, presenting her invention, a fluoride-free toothpaste "Bite Bright." She was also selected to compete with 300 other inventors at the National Invention Convention June 1-3 in Washington, D.C.
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