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St. Gregory the Great Catholic School was established and opened in September 2009 with students enrolled in kindergarten through grade four. The initial building, one of six buildings outlined on the master plan, housed nine classrooms. Our parish school opened with 48 families, 8 staff members, and 60 students: all committed to the concept and model of Catholic education. One year later, as enrollment almost doubled, the school was blessed and dedicated by Bishop Robert H. Brom on Sunday, September 5, 2010, following the Silver Jubilee Mass at St. Gregory the Great parish church. The first anniversary of the school saw the opening of fifth grade. Sixth grade opened in September 2011 as the school community grew to 145 students and over one hundred families. Seventh grade opened in September 2012 as the school wide student population reached 187 students. Eighth grade will be established in September  2013. The second phase of development on the school campus was completed in June 2012 with the opening of the Library Media Center and admistration office building.
Bishop Rober H. Brom blessed and dedicated  this new building on Sunday, September 16, 2012.