Bishop Gorman to present the Sound of Music Bishop Gorman Catholic School to present Roger and Hammerstein's, "The Sound of Music" Friday, April 27 at 6:00 PM, Sunday, April 29 at 2:00 PM (matinee) and Monday, April 30 at 6:00 PM in Haddad Gymnasium. Admission will be $10 for adults and $5 for students. Free for children 6 and under. Tickets available at the door 30 minutes before curtain
Bishop Strickland names Robin Perry principal of St. Gregory and Bishop Gorman “Tyler Catholic Schools delivers the highest quality educational experience, grounded in the Catholic tradition, to shape the whole person; mind, body, and soul, through the teachings of Jesus Christ. To reach this high standard we have to strive continually for excellence in our schools. “One major step we can take to ensure that we always have good leadership and a competitive edge for our schools is to unify the administration of our Catholic schools in Tyler. I believe the time has come for this step. “I am so very pleased with the work Robin Perry and her team has done at Bishop Gorman Catholic School, and during the discussions that have gone on about a principal for St. Gregory School, it has become apparent that we already have exactly what we need. She already has real experience as principal of a primary, elementary, middle, and high schools. Therefore, I am proud to announce this unification of administration and to announce that Robin Perry will be principal over St. Gregory School and Bishop Gorman School. “To assist Robin in providing smart leadership and to ensure that Tyler Catholic Schools remains at the top of the education market, I will constitute a new board that will focus on development, curriculum innovation, and strategy. I am happy that Robin has agreed to take this on, and I think her enthusiasm for this challenge is a good sign that we’re on the right track of forming young people from cradle to career for the road of life.” -Bishop Joseph Strickland, Diocese of Tyler
MIddle School students advance to PSIA State Competition Congratulations to the following students for advancing to the PSIA State competition: Jessica Carmona, Katie Vallejo, Andrew Bunt, Jennifer Natera, Melissa Perez, KellyAnn Harrell, Brendan Carney, Riley Wilson, Joseph Richbourg, Laura McInnis, and Juan Torres. Juliana Leach and Bradley Richbourg are also advancing but are not pictured.
St. Gregory Cathedral School Students Re-Enact the Stations of the Cross On Wednesday, March 28, students from St. Gregory, Bishop Gorman's sister school, re-enacted the Stations of the Cross in celebration and commemoration of Christ's passion during Holy Week.



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