Dear Gregory School Families:
Creativity is one of the 6 C’s faculty integrates into the school’s academic programming on a daily basis. This past week held numerous examples of current and alumni students demonstrating those creative skills. On Thursday afternoon, our very own 7th-grade drama students performed a play written by one of their peers, Eva Healy, entitled, It's More Fun in the Woods.
And just discovered this morning, a recent graduate notified his family of pending patents based on the creative work he began as a senior here and is continuing in college! More information will be shared in this regard when we’re able to do so, but in the meantime, we’re celebrating his entrepreneurial spirit and respecting the confidentiality of this exciting development!
The Gregory School difference is the very fact that students have the time, flexibility, and encouragement at TGS to “spread their wings” and pursue creative passions. We couldn’t be more proud of or more delighted to celebrate their many talents.
First Semester Exams and Assessments Week
presents yet another opportunity for students to demonstrate learning. Thank you for supporting your child with rest, healthy diets, and quiet time as they prepare for exams. As always, please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s learning experience at The Gregory School.
Julie A. Sherrill, Ph.D.
Head of School
Dr. Julie Sherrill
Dr. Julie Sherrill has spent over 20 years in educational leadership. Her academic credentials include an M.S. in Education Administration and a Ph.D. from The Ohio State University in Curriculum Development and Teacher Professional Development.
The Gregory School is a place that is transforming learning and transforming students' lives. Gregory students lead institutions, they found movements, they invent technology, they run cities. Students leave TGS with a sense of agency; they believe they can change the world for the better and it is our aim to ensure we give them the knowledge, skills, experiences and confidence to do so.
Dr. Julie Sherrill