Use the links above to see the achievements from the individual schools!

Big congratulations to 9th grader Maxine Holleran who won the October Vocabulary contest! In the contest students were asked to take two words of the day and create a sentence. Her name and winning sentence was published on the NY Times Learning Network site (linked here and to the right).

Congratulations to GRHS's 2022 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists: Mia Ehatamm, Shoh Nishino, Tyler Johnson, and Evan Rossi.



Congratulations to the GRHS Marching Band who competed at the USBands Open Class National Championships in MetLife Stadium on Saturday, November 6 and were crowned Group 1 National Champions! This is the first time GRMB has won in MetLife in 20+ years. An amazing accomplishment for an amazing team. Good work, Marching Band and Dr. Gage!

Congratulations to GRHS Junior Allie Zweig for winning "Best in Show" at the Annual Congressional Art Competition hosted by Congressman Payne.

Her photograph (attached) will hang in the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. for one year. This is an honor bestowed on 435 students in total each year - one student to represent each of the congressional districts of the United States. Her image is titled "Slow Shutter Swings".

Further recognition goes to four other GR students that placed in the event.

For the Photography category:

1st Place: Liam Ihde

2nd Place: Abby Carlucci

3rd Place: Olivia Link

For the Drawing category:

2nd Place: Stacy Bloomfield


A big congratulations to senior Josie Lang won an Honorable Mention in the NY Times Critical Review Contest. There were over 4,100 submissions and the judges selected 11 winners, 17 runners-up and 28 honorable mentions. If you are interested in learning more about the contest, you can go here. And if you are interested in reading Josie's review of the movie Ten Things I Hate About You you can find it here!