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Since 1980, a Tucson school has been providing an educational experience to students and changing their lives. Recently the school underwent some changes of its own.
The Gregory School, formally called St. Gregory College Preparatory School, recently changed its name and added the fifth grade to grade-levels offered.
Dennis Conner begins a lesson in his AP physics classroom at The Gregory School. The school, formally called St. Gregory College Preparatory School, recently changed its name and added the fifth grade to grade-levels offered.
Aquatic Center Programs
Diamond Ventures's annual El Tour 10K and 5K Adventure Run/Walk along the Rillito River Trail benefits Ben's Bells Project and starts/end at St. Gregory School.
Tucson Classics 7th Annual Car Show presented by Rotary Club of Tucson 1
Darrell Patton, Assistant Varsity coach at St. Gregory College Preparatory School and director of Tucson Magic Basketball Association has won a national award. He was awarded the Positive Coaching Alliance Double-Goal Coach Award for his work in developing young players on and off the court. The Positive Coaching Alliance is a national not-for-profit organization devoted to providing youth and high school athletes with positive and character building youth sports experiences.
St. Gregory admissions test is April 16
St. Gregory College Preparatory School will host a screening of the documentary film “Race to Nowhere” Thursday, March 3 at 7 p.m., followed by a panel discussion with education experts. Both will take place in the school’s Donald R. Nickerson Theatre of the Arts, 3231 N. Craycroft Road.
You can learn chest compression-only CPR this Saturday, Oct. 16, at six Tucson locations, including Oro Valley Hospital on Tangerine Road and Foothills Mall near Barnes and Noble in the Northwest.
Middle school and high school girls can learn the basics of volleyball or advance their skills at The Duel in the Desert Camp, July 19-23 and again July 26-30.
In a lot of ways, the lives of students at Kino School revolve around art.
November 22, 2006 - Three huge holiday tournaments underway this weekend could reveal which teams are contenders for state titles. Two are basketball tourneys, Boyd Baker and the Salpointe Tip-Off Classic, and the third features soccer teams, the Brandon Bean Kickoff Classic.
May 11, 2005 - The campus of Pusch Ridge Christian Academy, 9500 N. Oracle Road, was abuzz May 4 as one of the biggest days on the school's calendar unfolded - the day that yearbooks are distributed.
May 11, 2005 - The winning tradition continues for Lonnie Tvrdy of Pusch Ridge Christian Academy. On May 6, Tvrdy's Pusch Ridge Middle School girls basketball team won the championship game of the Tucson Independent League. The Lions cruised by St. Gregory's College Preparatory School by a score of 34-23, building a 16-point lead with three and a half minutes left to play. Hanna McLeod and Chelsea Beringson, who were both named to the all-tournament team, paced the Lions in defeating one of the school's closest rivals.
Dec. 22, 2004 - The frustration began to mount late in the second quarter for Whitney Standifer of Green Fields Country Day School's girls basketball team as shot after shot found more iron than net.