From career days to career expos, Gibbons has long been providing some type of in-person, on-campus platform for students to gain career advice from alumni. So, when COVID-19 and social distancing mandates forced the cancellation of this year’s expo, Gibbons moved online.
The AP Art Exhibit is a spring tradition at Gibbons. That's usually when the main lobby transforms into an art gallery, showcasing the creative work of our talented student-artists. But this May, things changed due to COVID-19.
There was a different kind of joy and excitement in the air this past weekend for the Class of 2020! That’s when seniors virtually joined in fellowship for Baccalaureate Mass, and two days later came to campus to participate in the Class of 2020 Walk.
Gibbons educator Jon Armfield engages students in his Principles of Engineering Class virtually with a creative building project to teach them about the engineering design process. Along the way, they also have some fun.
At this time in our school's long history, this project with a purpose brought together our Gibbons family and illustrated our school's mission of transforming lives through faith, service, and leadership.
Recording an audio play. Creating hand-drawn endangered species stamps. Writing recipes in Spanish. Our educators are providing creative, project-based lessons to engage students in our new distance learning reality.
As we wrap up our third week of distance learning, we also start to prepare for Holy Week, practicing our Lenten traditions, virtually, amid coronavirus concerns. This latest story explores those topics and more.
With an abundance of concern for the safety of our community and following public health guidelines, Gibbons will extend distance learning through Friday, May 15, 2020, with a return to in-person classes on May 18, 2020.
After careful deliberation, Gibbons will close beginning Tuesday, March 17, and return on Monday, March 30. Distance learning will begin on March 17. For details, visit our Coronavirus Update web page.
More than two dozen Gibbons visual arts and media students recently earned praise for their creative gifts and talents, capturing 71 awards in the Eastern/Central NC Regional Scholastic Art Awards Competition.
This year, Gibbons is expanding its traditional on-campus camp offerings of academics, athletics, and the performing arts with the addition of Camp Crusader, a weeklong camp at our retreat center in Smithfield.
My heart is filled with joy as I write to you to express the profound gratitude I feel for the opportunity to serve as your Head of School. It is an honor to become a part of such a vibrant, creative, and mission-driven Catholic school.
We continue our Educator Spotlight series, which offers a glimpse of how our educators care for and engage with students. Today, we spotlight Director of Classroom and Educator Tech Support Rodolfo Argueta.
If, as the adage goes, a picture is worth a thousand words, then visiting your student’s classroom would equal more. That was the feeling among the new and returning parents who attended the recent Back to School Night.
Gibbons students put their faith into action in service to others throughout the school year. To appreciate their experience, educators lived out the call to serve during the annual Gibbons Educator Day of Service.
Jason D. Curtis stepped down as principal of Cardinal Gibbons at the end of the 2018-2019 school year to become president of St. Francis High School in CA. With his departure, he leaves behind a legacy that will be felt for years.
On June 19, Cardinal Gibbons launched Give Gibbons Day, its first, 24-hour, online philanthropic challenge to encourage the entire Gibbons community to make an impact by supporting The Cardinal Gibbons Fund. The RESULTS are in!
The end of high school could be an emotional time for seniors - and educators, too. Knowing that Gibbons educators recently hosted senior supper as their special way to say goodbye to the soon-to-be grads.
Ah, Tradition! Every year for the past 25 years, a group of Gibbons students and educators have attended Easter Sunday Mass at St. Peter’s Square in Rome as part of the annual school-sponsored trip to Italy.
For four Wednesday evenings, parents will be taken on a contemplative and scholarly journey through the season of Lent, ed by Director of Outreach Ministry Gary Meyerl '82 and Theology Educator Patrick Dmytriw.
Prayer, service, giving back, and sharing joy… All are traditions at Gibbons, especially during Advent when students, educators, and parents come together in celebration of Christ's birth at Christmas.
During a Gibbons retreat, educators and students eat, play, and pray together, as well as grow in their love for God and for one another. By the end of the retreat, they also experience a transformation.
Registrar Annette Jay will retire in December after 40 years of dedicated service. To celebrate her retirement, we retrace her time at Gibbons and the impact she has had on the school as a faithful servant leader.
The Gibbons school community recently collected 11,129 pounds of goods, providing food and hope to those in need, especially those still recovering from Hurricane Florence and especially during Thanksgiving.
New classes, new educators, new opportunities = the transition into high school for students. Before the start of school, 325 incoming freshmen attended Freshman Focus for a preview of life at Cardinal Gibbons.
This summer, Cardinal Gibbons welcomed home more than 20 alumni who returned to their alma mater to work with the 1,000 plus students participating in the academics, athletics, and performing arts camps.
One of the best ways to give thanks is to give back and Cardinal Gibbons Outreach Program makes that a priority every Monday through its work feeding the hungry at The Shepherd's Table Soup Kitchen in downtown Raleigh.