Gibbons educators and student leaders plus more than 100 younger students equals the third annual Middle School Leadership Conference.
"Joseph," the musical, is a Gibbons Drama tradition that started 12 years ago and continues to build strong bonds of friendship among student-actors.
Two students earned national art awards, placing their pieces in the top 1 percent of the thousands submitted to the Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards Program.
Gibbons celebrated National Foreign Language Week with different activities, including hosting an open house for local middle school language educators.
Theology educator Mark DeLaRosa receives the 2017 Monsignor Gerald L. Lewis Award for Excellence in Education.
Registration Information Night was an exciting time for parents of students accepted into the Gibbons Class of 2021.
They are the integration of faith and art – eight ceramic bowls that students created to hold the ashes distributed on Ash Wednesday.
Rebecca Wicklin '19 is participating in a year-long research program that will conclude with a journey to Normandy, France to honor a WWII hero.
Learn, grow, explore. That is exactly what 29 Gibbons students and four educators did on their recent school-sponsored trip to Western Europe.
Whether a student's idea of a great summer centers around sports, the performing arts, or academics, Cardinal Gibbons Summer Programs has something to offer everyone.