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Board of Directors FAQs

Is GCS a part of the Diocese of Bridgeport?

Greenwich Catholic School is a part of the Diocese of Bridgeport Catholic Schools. More specifically, GCS is considered a Diocesan Sponsored Independent school with a two-tiered board referred to as an academy board.

Is our tuition going to go up every year?

The established tuition rates for the 2018-2019 School Year will not increase. Future tuition raises will be determined by the Board of Directors, with an adherence to the belief that GCS should remain financially accessible to all those seeking a Catholic education for their children, and will remain consistent with past practices.  

Are GCS families still be eligible to apply for tuition assistance via the Bishop’s Scholarship Fund?

Yes.  GCS families may apply to the Bishop’s Scholarship Fund.

Who makes academic and curricular decisions?

While the Board of Directors is responsible for the governance of GCS with regards to finances, facilities, advancement, and enrollment, the Principal, as the Chief Educational Officer, oversees the day-to-day operations of the School, which includes the curriculum.