Greg Reeves


The Kids Post - - Reg­istry of Ed­u­ca­tors -

Greg Reeves will of­fi­cially start as the Prin­ci­pal at St. Michael’s Col­lege School this month. He at­tributes his mo­ti­va­tion to be­come an ed­u­ca­tor to his mother, who was also a teacher. Though, dig a lit­tle deeper and it ap­pears that teach­ing is in­grained in his fam­ily, with both sis­ters, his brother-in-law, his wife and his mother-in-law all in the field. “I coached from a very early age,” he says, “and have al­ways en­joyed work­ing with kids and their par­ents.” When asked what has been a sig­nif­i­cant ex­pe­ri­ence that has stood out for him as an ed­u­ca­tor, Reeves finds it hard to de­fine one ex­pe­ri­ence. “Dur­ing my ca­reer I have loved ev­ery po­si­tion from teacher, con­sul­tant, vice prin­ci­pal, prin­ci­pal, su­per­vi­sory of­fi­cer, and Di­rec­tor of Ed­u­ca­tion. Be­com­ing the Prin­ci­pal of St. Michael's Col­lege School is a real priv­i­lege and hon­our. I am very hum­bled to be here.” “I be­lieve that we are priv­i­leged to be in a Catholic School and [I] have al­ways worked in the Catholic sys­tem,” he says. “We are able to ed­u­cate in a faith based school and con­tinue the legacy of the Basil­ian Fathers and teach good­ness, dis­ci­pline,

and knowl­edge.”

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