News & Announcements

Volleyball Camp Fundraiser

The Mounties’ Spring Tune Up! Volleyball Camp will provide students an opportunity to work together in a focused clinic setting before the summer starts. Coach Mike Bynon, Director of Lakeside Volleyball Club, will lead these sessions with the assistance of the Mount Greylock Girls Varsity Volleyball team.

Summer School Pamphlet

We want this summer school program to be a rewarding experience for your child. Tuition is free of charge for Mount Greylock students.

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Opportunities: Construct Your Own Meaning: Summer Youth Fellowship at the Williams College Museum of Art | SEE Fund Phone-a-thon Review | Counseling Office Spring Newsletter | Reminders: Senior Week Information | Summer School Info 

First page of the PDF file: Spring2023Newsletter

Upcoming Events | Spring Drama Performance | Massachusetts Celebration of Girls & Women in Sports | Track & Field Teams | Field & Track Project | Student Government Information | Robotics Competitions | Winter Musical | Talent Show | Winter Sport Success | ANTICIPATED TOURNAMENT SCHEDULES | Celebratory Signing Event

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Register*Educate*Vote is hosting a talk on Israel and Palestine on Monday, May 8 at 7:00 via Zoom, during one of R*E*V's regular club meetings. “Israel and Palestine Today” Presented by Michael MacDonald, Frederick L. Schuman Professor of International Relations, Williams College



The SEE Fund is hosting a phone-a-thon Wednesday, May 17th from 7 to 8pm. The SEE Fund uses its endowment to support MGRS programs that are outside of the normal curriculum.


School nutrition professionals are essential to education, serving nutritious meals to over 500,000 students across the Commonwealth every school day! School nutrition professionals help fuel academic achievement and lead programs and initiatives that support the whole child.


In April MG offered a unique learning experience for its language students. This fantastic Flamenco performance was offered in collaboration with Randal Fippinger of the '62 Center for Theatre and Dance at Williams College and Kaatje White from the Williams Center with Amy Kirby and the Mt. Greylock Spanish teachers. It was a well-received, informative and vibrant performance enjoyed by Spanish students grades 7-12. ¡Ole! 

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