Welcome to the Parent Paws Newsletter!
The Parent Paws Newsletter appears in the News section of our website every Friday during the school year.
From The Principal
We are in the final stretch of the school year with one week left, followed by final exams. It is all coming so quickly. It is time to ensure your student has their work all caught up and turned in as we near the finish of another successful school year. Freshman thru sophomore finals are May 23rd, 24th and 25th. View the full finals schedule.
As we approach our summer break, please make sure you have completed your registration for next year. As stated before, everything is online this year on our new student information website called FACTS. If you have finished your registration but are still receiving emails from us, please log back in and double check to make sure you have hit the submit button. It requires us to do that before your registration is complete. If you haven’t started this process yet, I ask that you do so right away. I am not able to guarantee your student the classes they selected for next year if you aren’t currently registered. If there is a tuition question or concern or even questions about your registration fee, please contact Kristin Dohse in our Business Office or email her at email@example.com. View instructions on how to register on FACTS.
Varsity baseball is headed to state! Join the Cougar family in cheering them on this Saturday, May 14th at 4:00 p.m. at Werner Park. Purchase your to Werner tickets now! Tickets will not be on sale at the door.
The office is in need of unwanted uniform skorts and polos. If you would like to donate your senior student’s after they are done using them, please send them to the office.
Register now for the All-Metro Driving School. Part 1 is a self-paced online modular platform. Part 2 is personalized driving experience.
The 2021-2022 yearbook is officially sold out. Thank you to everyone who purchased a book.
Junior parents – This is a great time to visit colleges and begin researching scholarships! Go to www.educationquest.org to begin your scholarship search. Once you get to the EducationQuest website, click on “scholarship search”. You will find 9 national scholarship searches at the bottom of the page written in blue text. These are hyperlinks to the search engines! All juniors already have an account and knowledge of additional resources on this website. There are also resources listed in the Class of 2023 Google classroom to assist you in your college visits. Take a few minutes to see what is available with your junior (almost senior).
Thank You for Reading Parent Paws
Finally, we want express our gratitude to you for reading this week’s edition of Parent Paws! Stay up to date on all that is happening by going to our News section.
What You May Have Missed
- Celebrating Our Seniors!
- New Coaches Hired
- Hamersky Wins National Award
- New Kaipust Memorial Scholarship Fund
- O’Donnell Hired as New Assistant Athletic Director
- Summer Camps are Here!
- Learn About the Global Outreach Program
- The State of Gross Catholic High School
- Lights for the Baseball Field
- Gaby Gandara Awarded Full Ride to Princeton
- Top 5 Reasons Families Choose Gross Catholic
- Choosing Gross Catholic After Public School
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About Gross Catholic
Gross Catholic, a co-educational, college preparatory high school, began its proud heritage of academic excellence rooted in the Marianist tradition in 1968. We consider ourselves one of the best Catholic schools in Omaha, Bellevue, and Papillion. The school motto Dux Esto (“Be a Leader”) is at the core of its extraordinary mission, innovative spirit, and fundamental values. The school offers a challenging environment and outstanding quality of life, both in academics and co-curricular activities, with a strong focus on STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics) education. The spirit of Christian service and giving back is part of everything the school does. Gross Catholic’s top-tier status is reflected in its talented faculty, staff, and coaches who take great pride in seeing virtually every graduate head to college, often to the most prestigious domestic and international universities and service academies. Together with families and alumni, Gross Catholic forges relationships for a lifetime, helping to ready the next generation to be exemplary, principled leaders of the world.
To discover the Gross Catholic difference, contact us at 402.734.2000 or visit our Admissions page.