150 Years of Excellence in Catholic Education
Father Gabriel Richard High School, a Catholic school community, exists to build up the Body of Christ through the intellectual and spiritual formation of its students. Rooted in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition, FGR cultivates in each student a sense of awe in response to the beauty of truth. Strengthened by the Sacraments, students are equipped to live at the service of others through academic excellence, intentional discipleship, creativity and sportsmanship.
Father Gabriel Richard Regional Catholic High School is a regional, comprehensive, co-educational Catholic high school offering a value-centered education based upon Catholic principles and traditions. We are committed to providing the highest quality education to young men and women in a positive learning environment. We work cooperatively with parents in addressing individual needs and differences, fostering the students’ spiritual, academic and physical development in preparing them to become faith-filled persons, lifelong learners and productive citizens.
We believe in living the Gospel.
We believe in the dignity of each individual.
We believe care fosters learning.
We believe everyone can learn and experience success.
We believe a safe physical environment is essential for growth and learning.
We believe there are logical consequences to choices.
We believe quality education, with goals and expectations, challenges students to learn and to achieve.
We believe co-curricular and extra-curricular activities foster leadership and academic achievement.
We believe optimal growth flows from cooperation between home and school.
Embracing, fostering, and celebrating Catholic education for 150 years.
Inspiring each student to discover, nurture and build upon their God-given talents.
Committed to learning, living and spreading the Catholic faith each and every day.
Service – We help to improve the lives of others in communities near and far.
Pride – On the field, and in our communities, we take pride in sharing our Catholic principles.