Serving with a heart like Jesus since 1962

PRE-KINDERGARTEN

Ages 3 – 4

LOWER SCHOOL

Grades K – 5

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Grades 6 – 8

Saint Gregory the Great School is a Catholic elementary school serving students in Pre-School through Eighth grade. We are located in Danbury, Connecticut, minutes from Federal Road and Candlewood Lake. St. Gregory the Great was recently granted continued accreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).

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Our Mission

Saint Gregory the Great Catholic School develops students who achieve their full potential by becoming life-long learners, problem solvers, and leaders.  A strong moral foundation rooted in Gospel values along with rigorous academic preparation empowers students to make a difference in an ever-changing world.

A Message From Fr. Dunn & Principal Curra

What Our Parents Are Saying…

When my husband and I began our search for a school for our daughters, we knew that we wanted a school that was more than just a school. We wanted a school where our children would be safe we would feel secure and at peace with ourselves sending them each day. We wanted a school where academics are superior. We wanted a school that embraces their students and families as a part of its community. We wanted a school that would prepare our children academically and spiritually teaching them both the importance of learning and the importance of faith and religious values. At the time, it seemed as if we were asking too much to expect to find a well-rounded school that would encompass all of these qualities, but then we found Saint Gregory the Great School St. Greg’s is their home away from home.

Teresa Lang

Our 2 children are current students and we have been part of this school family for over 5 years, starting with pre-K. They love it there! The school is always incorporating newer technologies, STEM activities and updating the curriculum so our kids are offered the best in class as far as education is concerned. Above all, its a small family environment. The principal addresses each kid by their name, not just another kid. We truly feel the dedication the staff has to our children and we appreciate that.

Leah Cordeiro

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First grade celebrated International Dot Day by reading The Dot by Peter Reynolds and creating 3D dots using the app Quiver! Dot Day celebrates creativity, braveness, and making our own mark in the world 💫❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

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The 7th grade scientists practiced some of their lab skills trying to determine the most absorbent paper towel 🕵🏼‍♀️💫 ... See MoreSee Less

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The 7th grade scientists practiced some of their lab skills trying to determine the most absorbent paper towel 🕵🏼‍♀️💫

Pre-K 3 - Grade 3 Back to School Night was in person and so wonderful! Mrs. Curra updated everyone on all things new at SGTGS🍎
We are looking forward to seeing Grades 4-8 tonight at 6:30 starting in the gym💫
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