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Campers at St. Gregory College Preparatory School’s Minds Alive summer camp are keeping the synapses firing as they explore the wonders of flight, digital filmmaking, cooking, puppetry, the secrets of the sun and more.
Jacob Spier appears dazzled as he watches Kyle Benson, who plays Aladdin, soar on his magic carpet.
Beware of flying magic carpets and evil sorcerers at Friday's production of "Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp," presented by St. Gregory College Preparatory Middle School.
MESA - St. Gregory junior Stephanie Boulger couldn't stop smiling after she cleared 11 feet in the girls pole vault Friday at the Division IV state championship meet.
Pusch Ridge senior Sarah Macdonald is all alone as she approaches the finish line in first place in the 3,200-meter run in Division IV.
Chariots powered by runners take to the field during Rome Day, an annual event at St. Gregory.
Seventh-grade student Addison Mort wheels under low-lying bungee cords in the obstacle course.
Middle school students at St. Gregory College Preparatory School celebrated Rome Day on April 19 with chariot races, Olympic-style games, ode writing, prophecy making and ancient crafts.
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