Discover the SGGS Advantage

Small Class Sizes
At SGGS we offer a small class size to ensure that our students receive the most one-on-one instruction as possible! On average our classes have no more than 28 students per classroom.

Central Location
SGGS is centrally located in Hampton Roads. We are adjacent to Interstate 264 allowing a quick and easy commute from all seven cities that make up our area.

Catholic Based
The Saint Gregory the Great Catholic Church is attached to our campus allowing our students direct access to weekly Mass in the church and the benefit of priests and sisters present on campus.

Our Mission

Our Mission at Saint Gregory the Great Catholic School is to evangelize the Good News of Jesus Christ in order to transform lives, hearts, and minds through exemplary teaching and learning, worship, faith formation, and discipleship through service. As members of God’s diverse family, we treasure the rich traditions of our Roman Catholic faith and welcome all to a spiritual home and to an enlightened, joyful, and vibrant life in Christ.

Catholic Diocese of Richmond Office of Catholic Schools Core Values and Beliefs

The Catholic Schools of the Diocese of Richmond, rooted in the richness of the Catholic tradition, and addressing the challenge of the present, are enthusiastically creating a future based on the person and teaching of Jesus Christ. Catholic schools proclaim their identity as formative communities where prayer and worship, justice and peace, reconciliation and evangelization, become lived experiences. Catholic schools know themselves as integral to the mission of the church and as the responsibility of the entire church. Catholic schools are positioned as the heart of the church’s life, and, as such, share in the responsibility of being church in the world. Catholic schools nurture personal growth, scholarship, life-long learning, service, and responsible stewardship through a faith-centered way of life. Catholic schools are committed as responsible stewards to collaborative planning to remain the educational choice for the future.

“The non-public schools of the Diocese of Richmond admit students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the schools. They do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, and ethnic origin in administration of their educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and all other school-administered programs.”