All Library books due

Parents/guardians & students: All library books are due Monday, April 30. Accelerated Reader ends on May 4. Next week, students must return books on Monday, then may test on May 4 until 3 PM. Those with 150 or more Accelerated Reader points will be attending a special treat at Cheddar’s restaurant on May 14. 65 points or more will attend an ice cream social.

GRMS is Growing

With the help of the Brownsville Wellness Coalition and our graduate Amalia Espinoza ‘15 who is now a junior at Saint Joseph Academy, we’ve kicked off a new activity! Our GRMS students had an opportunity to get their hands dirty in our new raised garden beds 🌱.

GRMS president keynote speaker

GRMS president Michael Motyl was the keynote speaker at today’s inaugural Wild About College event for the Housing Authority of the City of Brownsville.

Special Guest for College Week

We wrapped up College Week with special guest and CEO/founder of Reybotics Heriberto Reynoso who is a native of Brownsville. Reynoso is a former NASA Engineer and started the premiere robotics manufacturing center of South Texas. #collegeandheaven

Thank you speech by Daniela Barbosa ’11, Saturday, April 07, 2018 Scholarship Gala

Good evening. I am Daniela Barbosa. I graduated Guadalupe Regional Middle school in 2011. It’s funny how it all started… As we all may know, Brother Arthur is a very serious person. I had never seen him smile. Not in sixth, seventh, or even eighth grade. Little six grade me, feared him… Terrified. A day before I took my first science exam with him, I begged my mom to get me out of Guadalupe. But like all mothers, she knew what was best for me, and she told me to relax, believe in myself. Take the exam, and if after that I didn't want to be in Guadalupe, only then could I switch to a public school. I took the exam, and after receiving my scores, I decided to stay. Guadalupe held annual scienc

Parent/Student Spring Fundraiser

Main Office: Recaudación de fondos de primavera: 10 boletos por estudiante. Recibirán 3 horas de servicio por dinero entregado antes del 4/20/18.

UTRGV Street Team Visits GRMS for College Week

The UTRGV Street Team visited our students this afternoon as part of College Week hosted by the GRMS Graduate Support Program. It was a lively session where we learned all about the many things UTRGV has to offer and how to get around roadblocks on our path to college. #collegeandheaven #collegeweek

Grad makes history

GRMS grad, Carolina Lopez '14 (left) a 12th grader at Medical Academy, makes Texas history as she is among the first students to take and pass the National Entry Level Dental Assistant exam! Way to go, Caro! #collegeandheaven Read more here: https://www.facebook.com/SouthTexasISD/?hc_ref=ART9Vsh74lnG07op8W3oauuWPtDzMXENI8jRO6U23PHB7IX-kJ2pSG4TS2Suh60PElQ

GRMS Family Picnic this Saturday

Picnic familiar: Comunidad Ama, 700 Fruitdale, sabado 14 de abril de 9-12:00. Llamen a la escuela si van a asistir: 504-5568. Todos los estudiantes deben estar acompañados por sus padres.

Today’s College Week 🎓 panel

Today’s College Week 🎓 panel covered a range of experiences of our very own graduates. We heard about a graduate who struggled to find his way, one who is still pushing himself to grow, and one who received a full scholarship to attend one of Texas’ favorite universities. We learned it’s important to work hard, never let anyone tell you you can’t do something, and that it’s ok to change your mind about the career and future you want. We also learned that it’s important to talk to your college counselor in high school and stay involved in our Graduate Support Program. Thank you to Luis Arturo Jiménez ‘07, Carlos Rios 08’, and Jose Pizaña ‘10. Congratulations to all the students who

Grads give back

These amazing graduates helped us out during a special House activity. Jose Pizana (on right), class of 2010, shared his experience and knowledge with the student body. We then used the "Texas skis" to learn about teamwork and motivation. Contact us if you want to come back to campus to volunteer! Pictured left to right: Angela Paz '13, Amalia Espinoza '15, Martin Villareal '15, and Jose Pizana '10

Grad in the news

CONGRATULATIONS, SAM BODDEN, GRMS Class of 2014!! We are so proud of you! Sam plans to head to Huston-Tillotson University in Austin in the fall!

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