"Nationally replicated and locally treasured, the annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare brings over 500 high school students together each year for a nine-week, collaborative, non-competitive, celebratory exploration and production of multiple Shakespeare plays."
The Mount Greylock Mathematics League is a school club open to all high school students (grades 9-12) that gathers twice a month during directed study to prepare and participate in online contests.
There will be an informational registration meeting on. Thursday 9/30/2019 during direct study in D160.
"The SEE Fund is an endowment fund whose mission is to sustain educational excellence by providing financial support for superior educational initiatives at Mt. Greylock Regional School. The fund seeks to support the school's efforts to: Provide students with challenging, engaging curriculum, Enhance the love of learning, Promote responsible citizenship, and Stimulate intellectual and creative endeavors."
The School Council includes three parent/guardian representatives, and at present there is one opening. We have two parents as candidates for the current opening. Please read the statements supplied by the candidates and vote for one on this linked digital ballot.
Seventh Grade completes orientation to become the Mount Greylock Class of 2025: During the first three days of the school year, seventh graders participated in an orientation program designed to help them make the transition from elementary to middle school.
Dear Mount Greylock Families,
Week Two is upon us. After three days of orientation for the 7th graders, they are getting more comfortable navigating the school. The Peer Team will welcome new students in grades 8-12 on Monday with a breakfast and various activities. College representatives are meeting with students in the Guidance Office, and the annual Club Fair is under development for later in September. Athletes are on the fields, trails, courts and pitches, and directors from Shakespeare and Co. will start auditions for the Fall Festival of Shakespeare at the end of the month. It's September -- and it's busy!