In a dormitory setting designed to mimic a university environment — but with the additional staffing, support services and structure to guide residents — Gilmour’s residential life program develops habits and skills for success in college and beyond.
 
Students from around the world are drawn to Gilmour Academy's residence life program for its robust international community, the school's nationally recognized hockey program and the rigorous academics. Our boarding students easily assimilate into the larger Gilmour community and participate in everything from the golf team to the Psychology Club to the speech and debate team. Whether you join the Gilmour family from another state or another country, you will be part of an incredible community - a true home away from home.
 
RESIDENT STUDENTS AND STAFF
  • Students from 11 countries, 14 states
  • 7 live-in proctors and a house parent, plus a dean of residential life, who lives in adjacent private residence
 
MURPHY HALL
  • 70-bed dorm with single-gender east and west wings joined in the center by coed common areas
  • Common rooms including a kitchen well-stocked with snacks, dining room, multiple lounges, great room, outdoor patio and basketball court, computer lab, mailroom and 24/7 staff office
 
SAFE COMMUNITY
  • Resident Life staff, security cameras, alarm system and electronic check-in/out keypad
  • Strong faith-based community steeped in Holy Cross vaules
 
STUDENT WELLNESS
  • Nurse onsite with check-ins available four times a week
  • Counseling services and dedicated, caring advisors available to all students
  • Nutrition with healthy, vegetarian options, including elaborate salad bar with large and varied selection of greens, vegetables and prepared salads
  • Spiritual well-being rooted in our Holy Cross mission "to develop the competence to see and the courage to act in creating a more humane and just society"
  • Sports Medicine Program with full-time, in-house athletic trainer and treatments including electro stimulation, ultrasound, hydrotherapy, and ice and compression units
  • Strength and Conditioning Program with weight room, swimming pool, personal training, sports nutrition, lifting coaching and strength and conditioning
 
DAILY LIFE
School Days:  After their regular school day and participation in after-school activites, residential students keep up with their studies during mandatory supervised study hall in the evenings.

Weekends: Residential students participate in a number of on- and off-campus athletic, extracurricular, academic, cultural or recreational activities, with plenty of unstructured time for balance.  Sunday evenings the entire hall gathers for prayer service, reflection and team-building, while special trips and holiday celebrations occur throughout the year.
 
See Daily Schedule for full schedule.
 

Residence Hall Staff

List of 11 members.

  • Photo of Edward Ryan

    Mr. Edward Ryan 

    Dean of Residential Life; Asst Coach Varsity A Boys Ice Hockey; Head Coach Middle School Baseball
    (440) 473-8000 x2201
    Bio
  • Photo of MarySue Ryan

    Mrs. MarySue Ryan 

    Afternoon Proctor/Dorm Parent
    (440) 473-8000 x2207
    Bio
  • Photo of Rebecca Reidy

    Ms. Rebecca Reidy 

    Associate Director of College and Residence Life Counseling
    (440) 473-8000 x3004
    Bio
  • Mr. Russell Barone 

    Assistant Hockey Coach; Residence Hall Proctor
  • Photo of Mack Burton

    Mr. Mack Burton 

    Assistant Hockey Coach; Residence Hall Proctor
    (440) 473-8000 x2203
    Bio
  • Photo of Danny Coughlin

    Mr. Danny Coughlin 

    Strength & Conditioning Program Coordinator; Head Coach, Varsity Volleyball; Residence Hall Proctor
    (440) 473-8000 x7207
  • Photo of Melissa Jeric

    Ms. Melissa Jeric 

    Instructor in Physics, US; Residence Hall Proctor
    (440) 473-8000 x4251
    Bio
  • Photo of Isaiah Matthews

    Mr. Isaiah Matthews 

    Head Coach - Junior Varsity Boys Basketball; Residence Hall Proctor
    Bio
  • Photo of Nathan Noga

    Mr. Nathan Noga 

    Instructor in Theology, US; Residence Hall Proctor
    (440) 473-8000 x2206
    Bio
  • Photo of Timon Veach

    Mr. Timon Veach 

    Coordinator of Youth Hockey, Camps and Clinics; Asst Coach-Boys Prep Hockey; Residence Hall Proctor
    (440) 473-8000 x2212
    Bio
  • Photo of Natalie Zitek

    Ms. Natalie Zitek 

    Youth Hockey Programming
    Bio

Mailing Address

34001 Cedar Road, Gates Mills, Ohio 44040
phone: (440) 473-8000

Campus Addresses
An independent, Catholic, coed, day and boarding school in the Holy Cross tradition. Toddler-Grade 12.