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Dr. Tom Curry
Announcements, Faculty/Staff, Parent News, Student News

New President Welcomed!

Curry Selected as Next Gross Catholic President We are excited to announce that Tom Curry, Ph.D., will be the next president of Gross Catholic High School. Dr. Curry is a creative and tenacious visionary and an ardent steward of our shared Catholic faith. He has the expertise and ambition to successfully lead the faculty, staff […]

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Announcements, Parent News

Info for Current Parents

Everything Our Current Parents Needs to Know Here is an ever changing list of links for our current parents, from Booster Club to textbooks and everything in between.  For additional information, please check out our News section. Do you want to know when the next game is or what activities are happening? Check out our […]

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Announcements, Athletics & Activities, Parent News, Student News

Athletic Forms

All the Athletic Forms Needed to Participate In order to compete in sports and some activities, students must fill out the following three athletic forms and turn the documents into the main office before the sports season begins.  If you are dropping off paperwork in the summertime, office hours are 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM. […]

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Academics, Announcements, Parent News, Student News

Textbook Ordering

Get Your 2021-2022 Textbooks! Students will need a list of classes to know which textbook to order for each course. A list was sent to families in late June. Additionally, find a list of courses on the PowerSchool app. All textbooks need to be ordered by each individual family. We do not require paper textbooks […]

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Students walking to a Catholic school instead of a public school
Academics, Alumni, Faith & Service, Parent News, Student News

Choosing Gross Catholic after Public School

What Young People Need Catholic school, or public school? Take a minute to think about all of the difficulties that youth face, during their teenage years. It’s a time when they begin to act independently and make choices that can impact the rest of their lives. When they look at the future, they’re often filled […]

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