Yes, December brings the holidays, semester final exams, and early decision admission notification from colleges and universities! We are proud to report that the following universities have recognized the talent of the TGS Senior Class and extended seats to our soon to be graduates for Fall of 2017: Arizona State University, Bishops University (Ontario), Seneca University (Ontario), Colorado College, Columbia University-Barnard College, Duke University, Hartwick College, Northern Arizona University, Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, Princeton University, Santa Clara University, and the University of Arizona. This represents only a small portion of our senior class as the majority of students are still deeply immersed in the college application process. Nonetheless, it is happy news to report!
Speaking of happy, we are pleased to report other good news:
- Our enrollment will continue to increase second semester when we add three new students,
- The TGS FabLab Advisory Board (comprised of senior leaders of Arizona’s most influential and important institutions, i.e. Raytheon, U of A College of Engineering, etc.) met this week and have helped to outline exciting new plans for growth,
- The Annual Fund campaign is above where we were at this time last year (with 100% giving by the Board, Faculty and Staff this fall),
- Some of our distinguished faculty have received national recognition that will be highlighted in our January newsletter,
- And the Arizona tax credit program continues to support the work of TGS with scholarships to deserving students.
Please donate to AISSF prior to December 31 and designate your tax contribution to The Gregory School.
Finally, we extend our very best wishes to every member of our school community, both current and past, for a healthy and happy holiday season. We are deeply grateful for the support you provide. On behalf of the Board of Trustees, faculty, students and staff, I thank you.
Julie A. Sherrill, Ph.D.
Head of School
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