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Fall Festival Artwork Spotlight

(From left to right) Artwork showcased in the theater included  “Yer So Bad” by Tanaya Davis, “The Transition” by Cameron Moore, and “Irukandji” by Elena Acuña.


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Night of the Living Dead Kills
1 year ago

Night of the Living Dead Kills

“The Night of the Living Dead,” originally directed by George A. Romero, is a 1968 zombie apocalypse movie that tells a horror story about walking corpses searching for living …
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2016-17: Meet the Chant!
1 year ago

2016-17: Meet the Chant!

First, I have a confession to make: there is no class I look forward to at the beginning of each year quite as much as journalism.

Our very …
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Challenge Day: How Exactly The CLUB Sought to Unblock Barriers

On Friday, April 29th, students in the Gregory School community participated in a school-wide Challenge Day, held by members of The CLUB (A Community of Leaders Unblocking Barriers).

Members of …
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Psych and Lit Author Visit

As the school year came to an end, Ms. Barnett’s newly installed Psychology and Literature class was introduced to published author, Kerry Kletter. The class ended the lesson on Kletter’s …
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TGS Says Goodbye to Beloved Ms. Calverley

Though it seems hard to believe, wonderful people don’t always stay in our lives forever. This summer, The Gregory School community must prepare to part ways with arguably the best …
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Student Council Elections 2016

On April 22nd 2016, the elections for executive committee for Student Council took place for the 2016-17 school year. For the first time since anyone can remember, all four members …
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McCormick Places Second at State Poetry Competition
2 years ago

McCormick Places Second at State Poetry Competition

Junior Caitlin McCormick won second place at the Arizona State Poetry Out Loud competition held at the Arizona PBS  studios at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism in Phoenix …
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Gregory School’s Spring Interim Week Soars
2 years ago

Gregory School’s Spring Interim Week Soars

This interim week brought many trips that allowed students to bond across grade levels, unlike the fall interim week.

Gregory School 4th in International Physics Tournament
2 years ago

Gregory School 4th in International Physics Tournament

March 31, 2016

We’re off to Israel! Our whole team is now on the plane to Los Angeles, ready to takeoff. We’ll then fly directly to Tel Aviv. The …
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Mock Trial Found Guilty Only of Having a Great Season
2 years ago

Mock Trial Found Guilty Only of Having a Great Season

While all other athletes on campus get countless tries to correct mistakes in each game that they play, the members of The Gregory School’s mock trial team only get …
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How Should Teachers Approach Politics in Class?
2 years ago

How Should Teachers Approach Politics in Class?

It’s election season once again, and the political energy in the air often presents unusual challenges for Gregory School teachers. Recent Chant polling shows the upper school campus as an …
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Let’s Talk About Sex (Education at The Gregory School)
2 years ago

Let’s Talk About Sex (Education at The Gregory School)

Let’s face it: nobody wants to talk about sex. And no teenager likely wants to sit down in a room full of their peers and then have sex explained to …
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The New Student Experience at The Gregory School

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In the 2015-16 school year TGS has welcomed several new students, both from other schools in Southern Arizona and from international locations all over the world.

After being at TGS …
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Taking the Brand-New, Redesigned SAT
2 years ago

Taking the Brand-New, Redesigned SAT

For 2015, the PSAT and SAT underwent the biggest change in 30 years.

Back in early October, students in tenth and eleventh grade at The Gregory School  filed into the …
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How Chinese Students Adapt to Life in America
2 years ago

How Chinese Students Adapt to Life in America

In recent years, studying abroad has become a new craze among Chinese students. More and more students came to the United States, the so-called “Land of Opportunity,” at an early …
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Psychology and Literature Class Holds Trial
2 years ago

Psychology and Literature Class Holds Trial

English teacher Lori Barnett organized a unique trial project to help her Psychology and Literature students explore the perplexing Tim O’Brien novel “In the Lake of the Woods.” Barnett combined …
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Gregory Day Comes Early This Year
2 years ago

Gregory Day Comes Early This Year

In life, there are about three things you can consistently count on: you will be born, you will die eventually, and Gregory Day will occur in the second semester. On …
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Thespians Shine at Phoenix Conference

Gregory School students performed their production of “The Superhero Ultraferno” in Phoenix at the Arizona Thespian Conference on Saturday, November 21.

Judges came, watched, and evaluated the dramatic production on …
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Five Students Chosen to Travel to Physics Competition in Israel
2 years ago

Five Students Chosen to Travel to Physics Competition in Israel

Five Gregory School students will travel to Israel to participate in the Shalheveth Freier International Physics Tournament this April. The team will build a safe and attempt to crack safes …
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New Gregory School Logo Revealed
2 years ago

New Gregory School Logo Revealed

Last year it was a new name, this year it’s a new logo. Just another component of a multi-year rebranding process, The Gregory School’s new hawk logo was revealed …
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Texting and Driving Campaign Could Net 100K

Probably nobody would be surprised to find out that, statistically, teenagers are not very good drivers. In fact, of all teenagers that die annually, most of them are killed …
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Senior Trip in Jeopardy Due to Low Attendance
2 years ago

Senior Trip in Jeopardy Due to Low Attendance

Just eighteen of the thirty eight seniors in the class of 2016 attended this year’s senior trip to the Los Angeles area. Now, the beloved annual tradition may be …
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“Ultraferno” Play Impresses
2 years ago

“Ultraferno” Play Impresses

Gregory students performed the world premiere of “The Superhero Ultraferno” on October 23 and 24 at the school’s Nickerson Performing Arts Center. Twenty school thespians participated in the action-packed …
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Thespians to Perform at Phoenix Conference

The entire cast of The Gregory School’s fall play “The Superhero Ultraferno” will be performing at the Arizona Thespian Festival in Phoenix, in front of at least 1000 people …
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Lit Mag Changes Colors
2 years ago

Lit Mag Changes Colors

The Gregory Muse, the literary magazine of The Gregory School, introduced a new set of color themes for its upcoming print publication. The magazine allows students to submit pieces …
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