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On Saturday, June 16, 2012, Theresa Hopkins-Staten, Director of Connecticut Public Affairs at Connecticut Light & Power Company, presented a $10,000 check to Maurice Mosley, President of Granville Academy of Waterbury, for the urban after-school program. The Academy has implemented science, technology, engineering and mathematics (S.T.E.M.) in its global business model. Theresa visited Granville Academy on its opening day of the Granville Pre-Collegiate Summer Academy. The summer program is offered to students entering the 3th – 8th grade. Theresa spoke to the students about the importance of education. There are still openings at this FREE summer academy which will run on Saturday, June 16, 2012 - August 4, 2012 from 8:30AM – 1:00PM. For more details visit or call Attorney Maurice Mosley at 203-756-3879. The summer academy is sponsored by Naugatuck Savings Bank Foundation.


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Congratulations to Granville Academy!

Congratulations to Granville Waterbury for winning the City Service Award for Education from the Waterbury Neighborhood Council Awards Dinner! This honor would not be possible without all the volunteers and sponsors.


Congratulations Granville Students as 100 of Waterbury’s BEST Young People Award

Congratulations to the 100 Best in Waterbury. Especially, to our Granville Waterbury Academy students: Jhevaun, Myrania and Avery! We are very proud of them! Jhevaun is featured in this video. 100 Waterbury Best Video featuring Jhevaun An amazing spiritual young man.


Myrania with proud smile!

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Monthly Meeting for January

[sample] Don't forget about our January meeting on the 24th at the usual location.  Mr. Mosley will be speaking as well as a special guest speaker, who we will tell you all about soon!