Guadalupe Regional Middle School         2019
1214 Lincoln St. | Brownsville, TX 78521| 956.504.5568 | #collegeandheaven
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Sponsored by the Congregation of Christian Brothers, Marist Brothers of the Schools
Sisters of the Incarnate Word & Blessed Sacrament




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Your GSP

Ms. Pilon

Graduate Support Program

1214 Lincoln St. | Brownsville, TX 


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High School Placement

High school fair

High school tours & shadowing

One-on-one family guidance in choosing the best fit for high school

Assistance with high school applications

Road to College

Service Opportunities 

College awareness

SAT/ACT prep

College tours

One-on-one college counseling

College essay workshops

Financial aid workshops (FAFSA)

Scholarship information

Resource Information

Backpack to Briefcase: Career Readiness

Internship Opportunities

Resume Workshops & Editing

Interview Skills​

Service Opportunities 

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"My parents established a future for us here in the United States because they believed in the importance of educational opportunity. GRMS has not only provided my siblings and I with a quality Catholic education, but it has also been a huge system of support in areas of the college application and financial aid processes. As a first-generation college student, I’ve had access to a variety of resources thanks to GRMS."
-David Castillo '09
"We are blessed to have been graduates of GRMS because without GRMS it would not have been possible for us to attend Iona College or Saint Joseph Academy. Thanks to GRMS, families like mine can make a Catholic and collegiate education a reality."
- Iliana ‘08 and Alejandro Banda ’10

GSP Events:

San Antonio College Tours


Saint Mary's College & UTSA
August 26th | Bus leaves @ 5:30 AM | $20

**For GRMS graduates in grades 11 and 12.**

+ Tour the main campus

+ Learn about the admission process, financial aid, academic and student life

+ Gain college insight through one of our graduates at each

[Signed permission slip by parent/guardian required]

Call 956.504.5568 or email for more information or to sign up.

SAT Prep Course


Coming Fall 2019

High School Fair for 8th Graders


This event is for current students, especially 8th graders, and their families. Various high school representatives will fill our cafeteria to meet with interested students and discuss their options for choosing a high school. Refreshments provided.

Coming soon. Check back for information.

Financial Aid Night


For Juniors and Seniors in High School. Coming Soon. Check back for more information. 

College Fair


Don't miss this incredible opportunity to meet and speak with a variety of universities. We are especially recommending this event for our GRMS grads who are juniors and seniors in local high schools. 

Meet up with Ms. Pilon at the entrance to sign in and grab some helpful tips for speaking to representatives. 

Sunday, September 23rd
Parents/Guardians welcome to attend
Saint Joseph Academy Middle Division Gym


For all GRMS grads who are juniors or seniors in high school


[Thank you to Saint Joseph Academy]

High School Alumni Night


Donut Miss It! We’re going to have a party.

Friday, September 14th, at 7:00-9:30p (GRMS Cafeteria). 
Open to all GRMS graduates who are in high school!
Games | Prizes | Food

GSP Work Sessions


Work sessions will be available throughout the fall semester. Please check our Facebook page for the next scheduled event. 

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