Glenville School 33 Riversville Rd, Greenwich, CT06831 Glenville is one of eleven elementary schools in the Greenwich Public School System. The school has a history that dates…More back to 1756, when it was known as The Inkwell. Nearly 350 students attend the school today. The school mascot is the Gator. There is also a pre-school program.
Central Middle School 9 Indian Rock Ln, Greenwich, CT06830 Not everyone experiences the transition from childhood to adolescence in quite the same way, which is why the faculty of…More Central Middle School approaches each child's academic and social experience at school as unique. The school is one of the town's three public middle schools, and about 650 students attend. CMS fans cheer for the Cougars, the school's mascot.
Greenwich Japanese School 15 the Ridgeway, Greenwich, CT06831 Greenwich Japanese School is a co-ed private school that provides a traditional Japanese education for children in the…More first through ninth grade. English is taught as a second langauge. The school year begins in April and ends in January. The school relocated from Queens in 1992 and shares the campus with the Westchester Fairfield Hebrew Academy.
The New Lebanon School, located near the Byram Library, is part of the Greenwich public school system and serves…More about 240 students in preschool through fifth grade.
The school has about 13 classrooms and is considered a neighborhood school where all students walk to class. No buses are provided.
Greenwich High School 10 Hillside Rd, Greenwich, CT06830 Greenwich High School is the town's only public high school and one of the largest in the state. Over 2,700 students…More currently attend the school, which is divided into five houses: Bella, Clark, Folsom, Sheldon and Cantor. In addition to 40 varsity sports, GHS offers a robust drama program as well as many art, music and academic clubs. The school mascot is the Cardinal.
Eastern Middle School 51 Hendrie Ave, Riverside, CT06878 The academic and extracurriular program at Eastern Middle School considers each student's academic and social…More experience at school as unique. The middle school sits on 16 acres and is one of the town's three public middle schools. About 770 students attend. EMS fans cheer for the Alligators, the school's mascot.
Western Middle School 1 Western Junior Hwy, Greenwich, CT06830 Western Middle School is part of the Greenwich Public School system. It is recognized as a candidate school for…More the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program. The school currently serves about 530 students from sixth to eighth grade.
The International School at Dundee serves a student population of about 370 students, which is comprised of…More two-thirds redistricted students and one-third choice students.
The school is part of the Greenwich Public School system and as a result any student in the system may apply to ISD, but priority is given to those students who live in areas that feed into Eastern Middle School.
The school serves students from kindergarten through fifth grade and teaches the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program.
Eagle Hill School 45 Glenville Rd, Greenwich, CT06831 Eagle Hill School is a private facility that offers a language-based, remedial program for children with learning…More disabilities. About 250 students ages six to 12 attend the program, 25 of whom board five days a week. A summer program is also available. The school is located on the Boulders Estate, which was acquired by C.W. Post in 1903 and occupied by Edgewood School, Haithcox School and Daycroft School until it became Eagle Hill's home in 1975.
North Street School serves about 500 students in preschool through fifth grade and is part of the Greenwich Public…More School system.
The curriculum focuses on reading and language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, art, music, physical education, world languages, library media/technology and health.
The school also offers an Advanced Learning Program (ALP), English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), special education and other related services such as school psychology and speech therapy.
North Street School was built in 1957 with major renovations completed in 1987, according to the school's website. As of 1997, six new classrooms and an expanded cafeteria were added. The school is located in a residential area on 23 acres of land.
North Mianus School 309 Palmer Hill Rd, Riverside, CT06878 The North Mianus School serves about 500 students from pre-school through fifth grade, as part of the Greenwich Public…More School system. It was built in 1925 as a twelve-room schoolhouse. Since then, it has undergone several renovations and additions with the most recent addition of six classrooms completed in 1996. North Mianus School is considered a neighborhood school with nearly all of its students living within walking distance.
Brunswick School - A Tradition in Greenwich since 1902 100 Maher Ave, Greenwich, CT06830 Founded in 1902, Brunswick School is an independent day school for boys. There are over 900 students enrolled, pre-K…More through 12th grade. The Upper School shares classes with Greenwich Academy for Girls. Financial aid is available and based on need.
Children's Day School 449 Pemberwick Rd, Greenwich, CT06831 Children's Day School began in 1947 as the Christian Day School and was renamed upon expansion in 2002. The school now…More includes a second campus at 8 Riverside Avenue in Riverside. CDS provides affordable early childcare for Greenwich families. There are educational play-based programs for six-week to six-year olds.
Parkway School 141 Lower Cross Rd, Greenwich, CT06831 Parkway Elementary School serves about 330 students, from kindergarten through fifth grade, in the northern corner of…More Greenwich. It is part of the Greenwich Public School system. One of the school's primary goals is to implement a balanced literacy program.
Cos Cob Public School 300 E Putnam Ave, Cos Cob, CT06807 Cos Cob School is one of the town's 11 public elementary schools. Some 400 students attend kindergarten through 5th…More grade. The school mascot is the Phoenix.
Founded in 1958 as America's first Montessori School, the Whitby School now enrolls more than 405 students from 18…More monyhs through eighth grade.
Its first classes were held in a converted barn, and then moved to the school's current 25-acre Lake Avenue location in 1960. In 1975, the Stepping Stones toddler class was created for children two and three years old. Seven years later, Stepping Stones expanded to accept children at 18 months. In 1994, the junior high division was reconfigured into the present middle school.
In addition to being the founding school of the American Montessori Society, The Whitby School is also accredited by the International Baccalaureate (IB) for both the Primary Years (PYP) and Middle Years (MYP), making it the only school in the US accredited by both the American Montessori Society and IB. Whitby is also accredited by the Connecticut Association of Independent Schools and a member of the National Association of Independent schools, the Educational Records Bureau and the REACH Prep program.
The Greenwich Country Day School was founded in 1926 by two mothers, and today is a private school that enrolls more…More than 800 students in the surrounding communities. I has a lower school (nursery to 3rd grades), a middle school (4th to 6th grades) and an upper school (7th to 9th grades). There is also a pre-K program.
The school is housed in a series of single-story buildings with covered walkways. It believes in engaging its students in academics, public speaking, technological literacy, athletics and community service. Financial aid and scholarships are available.