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April 2015 Issue

New Student Body President Appointed

Mid-March, Junior Karam Katariya was appointed Upper School Student Council President after the departure of previous President senior Riley Matulewic.

Last May, Katariya was elected Vice President to …
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Golf Goes for the Green
3 years ago

Golf Goes for the Green

With the new coed group, golf is eager to qualify for the State Tournament. The golf team began practicing in early February with many of the same players as …
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Baseball Hits it Out of the Park

Baseball at The Gregory School is off to an optimistic start. With a second year coach and new players, things are looking good this year. The team is lead …
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Track Team Transforms this Season
3 years ago

Track Team Transforms this Season

Track kicked off another season on March. This year there are a total of fifteen participants with runners represented from each grade. The team is participating in the 100, …
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Tennis Continues to Triumph

The TGS tennis team has gone to state tournaments more than any other sport at The Gregory School. According to Coach Mark Swenson, Coach of the Hawk’s Tennis Team …
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Math Lab Would Benefit School Community

I’m just going to come right out and say it: I’m horrible at math.

I’m not even sure when I started to be bad, or if I had …
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Sports Funding at The Gregory School: Then and Now

Despite a strong emphasis on academic endeavors, The Gregory School had always been able to provide its athletes with a fantastic experience. From purchasing new uniforms and equipment consistently …
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Doug Ducey Makes Waves as Arizona’s New Governor

Only three months into his tenure, Arizona’s new governor Doug Ducey has already left his mark and established himself as a force not to be reckoned with.

Ducey’s …
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Students Tackle the Death Star in Four Hours
3 years ago

Students Tackle the Death Star in Four Hours

On March 30, 2015, the annual Gregory Day (formerly St. Gregory Day) was held, with a Star Wars theme. Many students in the senior class had always wanted a …
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Seniors Accepted Early Decision to Colleges Nationwide

In this year’s senior class there were several students who applied early decision to schools. A few of those seniors were Claire Kelly (Scripps), Madison Mainman (Emory), and Skye …
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Computer Science Classes Build Phone Apps
3 years ago

Computer Science Classes Build Phone Apps

Apps are making their way into the computer science class here at The Gregory School. Since the beginning of the second semester, Dennis Conner’s F and D Block computer …
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Mock Trial Competes in State Tournament

Despite having several new members, this year’s Mock Trial teams were quite strong. One team placed third in the regional competition on March 7 and continued on to compete …
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Dr. Sherrill Debuts New and ‘Improved’ Schedule

Next year, The Gregory School is planning on implementing a new schedule.

Rather than maintaining the alternating “day” system, which the school has had for about 15 years, …
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Caitlin McCormick Reflects on Poetry Out Loud Experience

This year marks the second time I’ve been able to participate in the annual Poetry Out Loud competition. I was fortunate enough to win first place in my class …
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Should Encore classes have another Encore?

At the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year The Gregory School decided to offer a brand new, unprecedented after school class schedule for students: the Encore system. Encore classes were …
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Am I the DUFF of my friend group?

The new teen comedy “The DUFF,” based on a book with the same name, brought up a question I had never really asked myself: Am I the duff of my …
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Fifty Shades dominates the box office

“Fifty Shades of Grey” took the nation by storm over Valentine’s Day weekend. The novel written by E.L. James in 2011 was already a cultural phenomenon selling over 100 million …
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