To give thanks is to give back. Gibbons makes that a priority every Monday through its work feeding the hungry at The Shepherd's Table Soup Kitchen.
Faith and soccer proved to be a winning combination for Gibbons Men's Soccer Team, which captured its first NCHSAA 4A state championship, and sixth overall.
Charity, community, and service come together on Dress Down Day for Hunger, a school-wide food drive at Gibbons to help those in need.
Gibbons hosts the Middle School Leadership Conference to enable young students to consider ways to share their gifts and talents with their school.
The full retreat journey not only enables students to grow in their faith through four unique experiences, but also to give back as retreat leaders.
The Junior Mass, one of the oldest traditions at Gibbons, took place in one of the newest sacred spaces in the Diocese – Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral.
Women's Cross-Country claimed Gibbons' third consecutive North Carolina High School Association 4A team state championship, and eighth straight team title.
There is a saying among our students that goes like this, you can only know Gibbons by being here. That is exactly the goal of this Sunday's Open House.
Transforming the main gym into a sacred space for the All-School Liturgies, including today's All Saints Day Mass, is an gargantuan task.
What is life in high school like? To answer that question for Catholic middle school students, Gibbons stages a theater event and takes the show on the road.