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Latest News

The last update for 2023-2024 is below.

Please stay up-to-date with important announcements on the school’s social media.

Fall Athletics

Registration for fall athletics is now open. Please use the following link to access our registration page:


For any students that signed up for cheerleading, first round tryout dates have been posted. Please check your emails for further information.

Portugal Trip with the Travel Club

Have you always wanted to go to Portugal? Come along with us and your classmates during April Vacation 2025! We are having an Informational Meeting for Parents and Students on Monday, June 17th at 6:30 – 7:30pm in the auditorium at GNBVT. We will be going over this amazing opportunity. You do not want to miss out! Go to this link and let us know you will be there and if you can’t make it let us know that as well and we will send you information after the meeting. See you there!

Discover Portugal meeting poster with QR Code

Summer Athletic Opportunities

We will have the following summer athletic opportunities available to all students: Strength & Conditioning Sessions with Coach Miranda on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3-6pm and Wednesdays 3-4:30pm.  Open Field Mondays 4:00 – 6:00pm.  Run Club Mondays and Wednesdays 8:00am – 9:15am.  These opportunities are open to all GNBVT students.

Interested in Joining a Club?

Please fill out this form with your student information and select that club(s) that you may be interested in for the next school year.

June is Portuguese-American Heritage Month!

The Portuguese-American Leadership Council of the United States (PALCUS) has officially announced that June has been recognized as Portuguese Heritage Month. This monumental recognition highlights the significant rich cultural history behind Portuguese-Americans and the vast contributions they have made to the country. The designation of June as Portuguese Heritage Month is a celebration of the vibrant culture, traditions, and history of Portugal and its diaspora.

Did you know? Approximately 467,000 residents of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island identify as Portuguese. The largest portion of the community resides in Southeastern Massachusetts, including in Fall River and New Bedford. The reason the numbers are so high along the coast is that many Portuguese-Americans immigrated during the commercial whaling era.

There are so many ways to celebrate Portuguese culture. You can start by discovering Portuguese food by dining out or trying your hand at a traditional Portuguese recipe. Plan a visit to any Portuguese community to get first-hand experience with the hospitality and generosity Portuguese people share. In fact, try to attend a festival or event that features music, dance, food, and art to enhance your experience.

June is Caribbean American Heritage Month!

June is Caribbean American Heritage Month – Caribbean-American Heritage Month celebrates the rich cultural contributions and achievements of Caribbean Americans to American society. This observance recognizes the diverse Caribbean cultures, traditions, music, literature, cuisine, and history that have significantly influenced the fabric of the United States. Throughout the month, various events, festivals, educational programs, and exhibitions showcase the Caribbean-American community’s impact and highlight their ongoing contributions to arts, business, politics, and many other fields. It’s a time to honor the Caribbean heritage and the vital role it plays in shaping the cultural mosaic of America.

June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month!

Pride Month, celebrated in June each year, is a vibrant and important period for the LGBTQ+ community and its allies. This month-long celebration recognizes the impact and contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer individuals throughout history. It commemorates the Stonewall Riots of 1969 in New York City, a pivotal event that marked the beginning of the modern fight for LGBTQ+ rights. It’s a time of both jubilation and reflection, promoting the acceptance of sexual diversity and raising awareness of issues still faced by the LGBTQ+ community. The rainbow flag, a symbol of LGBTQ+ pride and diversity, is prominently displayed during this month, representing the spectrum of human sexuality and gender. Pride Month is not just a celebration but also a powerful statement about love, acceptance, and the ongoing fight for equal rights.