Thank you for your interest in learning more about Bishop Grimes.
Bishop Grimes is a Catholic, private high school for students in grades 7-12. Admission to Bishop Grimes is open to all students of all faiths and denominations, without regard to race or national origin.
Bishop Grimes has over a 50-year history providing Catholic education that enriches each student’s confidence and knowledge in an atmosphere where Christ is our purpose, Christ is our focus, and Christ is our model. We embrace our Catholic identity while respecting other faiths and cultures and in doing so our faculty and administration prepare our students for college, career, and life.
To be placed on our mailing list, please contact the Director of Admissions at (315) 314-7157.
Please note, Bishop Grimes is currently accepting applications for the 2017-18 academic school year. We welcome campus visits at any time, and our Open Houses are open to all prospective students and their families.
Bishop Grimes is located at 6653 Kirkville Road in East Syracuse. The school is easy to get to and conveniently located off of Route 481 in East Syracuse. Transportation is available for students living in Onondaga County and Oswego County (Oswego and Fulton).
“Bishop Grimes to me is a second home. Every teacher and staff member at this school will make sure you feel at home and comfortable with your surroundings. I can act like myself and not pretend to be someone I’m not because I know that everyone, students and faculty, will accept me for who I am. Bishop Grimes offers a positive learning environment that is fun and safe for everyone.”
Jillian – BG Alumnus
“Attending Bishop Grimes was a decision that changed my life. The education and environment at BG has helped mold me into the person I am today! Now I have the resources and experiences that I need to excel in the real world.”
Liam – BG Alumnus
“I taught at Bishop Grimes for over 40 years. Plus, I am an alum. The faculty and administration are committed to providing a high quality, faith-based, educational experience that supports the spiritual, physical and academic development of our diverse student population. A 15:1 student-faculty ratio ensures that students receive individualized attention and small class sizes.”
Mr. Paul Hemsley – BG Alumnus & former Science Teacher
Contact the Office of Admissions
Sue Collins, Director of Admissions
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: (315) 314-7157