GRMS grad Hugo Jaramillo '14 is wrapping up a highly selective, four-week summer acting program at the Rutgers Acting Conservatory at the Mason Gross School of the Arts. The prestigious program accepts only 38 high school students from across the country who are serious about acting. The program provides students with a challenging, inspiring learning environment that allows each student to develop as a young theater artist. Jaramillo first caught the acting bug in middle sch
Unlike most Catholic schools, Guadalupe Regional Middle School (GRMS) is sponsored by 3 different religious congregations - The Marist Brothers of the Schools, The Edmund Rice Christian Brothers, and The Sister of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament. The Sisters have been part of the RGV for over 165 years after the first 4 volunteers were recruited from France. They spent a year in Galveston learning to speak English and Spanish before moving to Brownsville. In Brownsvi
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School uniforms are available to be purchased during school office hours: Mon. - Thurs., 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Polo Shirts $12.00 | P. E. uniform $15.00 Los uniformes escolares están disponibles para ser comprados durante las horas de oficina de la escuela, lunes - Jueves. 9:00 am a 1:00 pm. Polo $ 12.00 | uniforme de educación física $ 15.00
8th grade graduation pictures may be picked up during school office hours: Mon. - Thur., 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. La fotografía de graduación de octavo grado puede ser recogida durante las horas de oficina, lunes - jueves de. 9:00 am a 1:00 pm.
OUR STUDENTS AND COMMUNITY HAVE WON (HER/HIM OVER). And why wouldn't we? Our students are resilient and surprise us every day. Our community is vibrant and like none other. Yet, in our schools, we must remind students that they have value and a voice that can change anything, everything. "I fell in love with my students, the school, and the mission," said Alexa Aragon, ACEgraduate who is staying a third year at GRMSin 2017-2018. "I want to be there to see the 6th grade class
GRMS is part of the NativityMiguel Coalition of Schools, all working to break the cycle of poverty for our students through the transformative power of Catholic education. Read more from our Coalition leadership about why our schools are so important to the landscape of Catholic education. WE ARE THE ONES WE'VE BEEN WAITING FOR "If our NativityMiguel education has accomplished what it was supposed to, our graduates in their personal lives and professional work will be the min
Guadalupe Regional Middle School (GRMS) is mailing its annual school-wide Report Card to stakeholders this week, the last of several mailings from this past school year detailing the impact of the mission on students. "We know most of our supporters have never sent a child to our school, that's the nature of our mission," said Michael Motyl, GRMS President. "Communicating the impact of their gift is high priority for us. The same way they have taken the time for us, we want t
It is with a heavy heart that we share the news that Mrs. Joan Crawford McNeil has passed away. She was a treasured friend to GRMS, serving on the Board of Directors and its committees, all to advance the mission of our school. She was a presence on campus, judging student competitions and sharing wisdom. She will be missed.
Our prayers are with her family and the lives she enriched through her community work. http://m.legacy.com/obituaries/brownsvilleherald/obituary.aspx?n
Since Guadalupe Regional Middle School's (GRMS) opening 15 years ago, Camp Marist on Lake Ossipee in New Hampshire has been awarding 10 full scholarships to the school for students of low-income families. "For some students it is a life-changing experience," said Michael Motyl, GRMS President, "At its most profound, it can open a child's eyes to how great and big and accessible the world is. More than a few set a goal of coming back to Boston or the Northeast or somewhere jus