Welcome to St. Gregory the Great Catholic School, founded in 1955.
At St. Gregory the Great, we understand that one of the most important decisions a
parent/guardian will make is which school will be the best fit for their child. We hope that
St. Gregory the Great becomes your home and is a place where your child can thrive.
Our mission statement, “We, the faith community of St. Gregory the Great Catholic
School, in keeping with the Catholic tradition, nurture in our children and one another,
spiritual, personal and academic growth through prayer and Christ-like service,” guides
our curriculum, activities and interactions with one another. We firmly believe in meeting
your child where they are and our commitment is to nurture and develop every facet of
your child’s life.
We foster an environment that is centered on the development of each child according to
his/her spiritual growth and intellectual aptitude. As a Christian community, we take a
personal interest in each student’s emotional needs, physical needs and cultural
background. We partner with the family in the education and foundation of the whole child.
Each child is challenged academically and expectations are set high to help students
realize their gifts and talents. Our academic preparation of students continues to garner
successful recognition, as evidenced by the successes of our former students. We also
pride ourselves in building a foundation of being service minded; so that giving back to
the community is second nature.
St. Gregory the Great is fully accredited through the Texas Catholic Conference of
Bishops Education Department (TCCB ED) and recognized by the Texas Education
We endeavor to partner with parents and/or guardians to shape future leaders and
contributors to society. In order to reinforce our partnering with parents, we believe that
“community” is the true essence of who we are. It takes a village, and together we can
accomplish so much. This community includes the Pastor and Principal, School Council,
PTC, Faculty and Staff, Parents/Guardians and Students in the overall goals and success
of the school.
Our dedicated staff invites you to visit our campus and “witness the difference” that a
Catholic education can make for your child(ren)!
Welcome to St. Gregory the Great, where we are “United in Spirit through Faith in God
and Academic Excellence.”
A criminal background search is required by the Archdiocese of San Antonio for any individual that will work or volunteer with minors. All volunteers must be in compliance with the Archdiocesan policy on criminal background checks. Any individual who has not been issued a "clearance" status may not begin to work or volunteer on our campus.
In addition to the completion of the background search, all volunteers will be required to complete the Virtus training, also mandated by the Archdiocese of San Antonio.
All volunteers must complete the following:
At the completion of the three required sessions (indicated by *), please forward your certificates of completion to stgcommunication@stgregorys.
We ask that you visit the Virtus website by clicking the link below in order to complete the required tasks.
Be sure to select "Adult On-Line Training"; this will allow you to complete the training sessions on-line.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation in completing these requirements.
FAMILY VOLUNTEER PROGRAM (Service Hours): Volunteerism is vital to the success of the St.
Gregory the Great community. Therefore, each family of a St. Gregory the Great student is required to donate a minimum of fifteen volunteer credits (1 credit = 1 hour) each school year or compensate the school monetarily ($10 per uncompleted credit). Families who enroll later in the
year will have their credits prorated. The school encourages and applauds a family’s support of the community at large; however, all acceptable service credits must come from service to St. Gregory the Great School/Parish. * Postponed: In addition, each parent is required to contribute
a minimum of 1.5 hours for each of the following events: Halloween Festival and Fiesta de la Familia.
8th grade parents must give 4 hours of the required 15 to the Catholic School Week (CSW) lunch fundraiser, or will be billed for the hours. Friends and other family members are allowed to earn service credits for a family.
The St. Gregory the Great Catholic School Administration is responsible for monitoring and counting the volunteer credits. Service hours should be logged on RENWEB by parents/guardians as they are completed. Failure to accumulate, properly document, and 89 submit fifteen credits for each family by the due dates will result in an additional fee of $10.00 per credit that is not completed. Fees will be assessed within two weeks of the due date.
Click Here for instructions on how to log your hours in FACTS SIS (Renweb)
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