Mount Greylock Regional School: We are a community of engaged, diverse learners and mentors who seek to challenge ourselves academically and socially to contribute to a rapidly shifting world. Individually and collaboratively, we create an environment where the characteristics of responsibility, integrity and perseverance are fostered and practiced by all.
Mount Greylock Computer Science students were able to attend a CS50 lecture at Harvard last week. Students not only had an opportunity hear about Data Structure in C, but also tour Harvard Square and Harvard Yard. [Photos included]
MGRS Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, Oct. 2, 2019. Guest speakers: MGRS Student Council Parliamentarian Charlie McWeeny, MSBA James MacDonald, Mark Schiek. Featuring music by Declan Rogers & the Mt. Greylock Quintet. [Video]
The Fund for Sustaining Educational Excellence (SEE Fund) is currently seeking (one or two) additional volunteer members for their Board of Governors. Participation would begin in October 2019 and Board members serve three-year terms.
If you are interested in learning more about the process of applying to college, Adams Bank, in partnership with local admissions officers and high school counselors, offers an info session on what parents and students can do to be prepared. This MGRS Guidance-endorsed presentation addresses question about about timelines, applications, essay writing, campus visits and more. (Event requests RSVP by Oct 4)
Charlie McWeeny Speech, October 2 at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at MGRS: As the Student Council Parliamentarian, Charlie represented the student body during the ceremony. "Thank you. I know many of us have waited a long time for this day, so I'm excited to begin.
On behalf of our entire student body, it is my honor and privilege to welcome you, faculty, staff, administrators, and community members, to our new school..."