Rigorous academics are at the heart of a Greenwich Academy education. Students in all grades and across disciplines are inspired to ask questions, to explore new ideas, and to work independently and together to learn, discover, and create. Rooted in a traditional curriculum that prizes academic skill development, GA offers pioneering programs and learning opportunities that are innovative, experiential, and interdisciplinary. The college-preparatory program is designed to prepare every GA student to be an informed, thoughtful participant in the global community and to empower her to take ownership of her educational life.
The key to the extraordinary success of the academic program at Greenwich Academy is a world-class faculty dedicated to working with all students to help them achieve, to inspire them to wonder, and to cultivate in them the skills and the character necessary to be life-long learners who embrace and rise to challenges of mind, body, and spirit. GA teachers are experts in their fields and wholly dedicated to working with elementary and secondary-aged students.
Greenwich Academy classes are single-sex through grade eight. In upper school, classes are coeducational as part of the coordination program with Brunswick School. We welcome students from all over Connecticut as well as areas of NY, including Scarsdale, Mamaroneck, Rye, New Rochelle, White Plains & The Bronx. Contact us today for more information or to get started with the admission process.
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Our pre-K through fourth grade program instills a love of learning in an environment that is both challenging and supportive.
Our fifth through eighth grade program teaches the girls to become critical thinkers and problem solvers while also addressing their social, emotional, and developmental needs.
Opportunities abound in the Upper School. With the support of dedicated teachers and advisors, students explore areas of interest through electives, expedition courses, independent studies, student-run clubs, athletics, visual and performing arts, and student government.