We’re proud to partner with SAGE Dining Services® to offer fresh, delicious meals made from scratch! See our menu, and get more information about allergen management, nutrition, sustainability, and more.
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact our SAGE Dining Services food director, Gemma Williams.
The Gregory School is pleased to partner with SAGE Dining Services.
SAGE, founded in 1990, is the leading food service provider for independent schools and colleges throughout North America. SAGE focuses on safety, quality service, community, nutrition, education, sustainability, and delicious food made from scratch using seasonal, locally-sourced ingredients. Our on-site chef, Ian Churchill knows our school community and tailors the menu according to our preferences.
SAGE offerd fresh-made menu items, including a salad, soup and deli bar; healthy main dishes with a variety of starches and fresh vegetables as sides; creative, food truck-style fare; authentic Latin and Asian dishes; expanded vegetarian options; and even display cooking and themed build-your-own stations. To keep all students safe in the dining hall, SAGE provides expertise on allergy accommodations and ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliance. With one out of every 11 SAGE students managing a food allergy, SAGE takes great care to ensure that all SAGE Team Members are extensively trained in food allergy awareness, that the menus provide enough variety so there is something for everyone, and that community members are well-informed through complete ingredient lists and serving line signs. SAGE’s comprehensive allergen filter, which can be accessed through the online menu and the free Touch of SAGE mobile app, makes planning meals easy.
SAGE also extends education into the dining hall by guiding community members towards healthy food options. We can make informed decisions about what to eat using SAGE’s Spotlight Program®, a color-coded system that shows the nutritional value of each item offered. In addition, we learn about historical, cultural, and culinary topics related to food each month through their Educational Seasonings program.