The Gregory School Admission

 

We are pleased and proud to introduce you to our school community and delighted that you want to learn more about the programs and people that make up The Gregory School. The admission process is designed to admit qualified students who are capable of benefiting from The Gregory School's college preparatory program and who will make a positive contribution to the school community.

If, after exploring our website, you would like to learn more about The Gregory School, please submit an online inquiry form. Of course, the best way to experience The Gregory School is to visit our campus. Please contact the Admissions Office (520-327-6395) to schedule a campus tour. The Gregory School also offers a variety of events, including the Middle School and Upper School preview open houses, at which you can learn more. Further event information and registration can be found under the How To Apply section.  Para informacíon en español, llame a Susan Warren, Director of International Programs, 520-327-6395 Extensión 209.

On behalf of all of us at The Gregory School, thank you for visiting. We hope to see you on campus soon!

Mary Babbitt
Director of Admission and Outreach
Phone: 520-327-6395 x213
mbabbitt@gregoryschool.org

 

Disclaimer

The Gregory School does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, national or ethnic origin, disability, or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid and loan programs, physical education program, or other School-sponsored programs and activities, or in the hiring and terms of employment of faculty and staff. The School does not discriminate on the basis of religion in any of these respects. Applicants with disabilities (or family members with disabilities) who might require any type of accommodation during the application process are encouraged to call the Admissions Office.

The Gregory School is committed as an institution to the ideal of diversity with regard to race, ethnicity, religion, economics, gender, sexual orientation and physical disability in its student body, faculty and staff.