Welcome to Greenwich Academy
We are a student-centered and character-based all-girls school deeply committed to educating students to be critical thinkers, creative and analytical writers, effective communicators, and confident self-advocates.
The breadth of our rigorous liberal arts curriculum challenges girls to unleash their infinite capacity to explore, question, discover, dream, create, and grow.
At GA, girls can choose from close to 200 courses in the upper school and join an array of clubs—or start one of their own. They can create whatever they can think up in the Engineering & Design Lab, they can try a new sport or a new language. They can run for any school office, perform in any of the plays, participate in any of the countless community service opportunities. And central to all these experiences is an exceptional faculty of lifelong learners, who know and support each student. More than simply a school, GA is a community, and every girl has her unique, essential place within it, from her first day on campus to long after she graduates.
Our history grounds us and our commitment to excellence propels us ever forward. We invite you to take a closer look at GA. Please stay a while and poke around our website—or better yet, apply and schedule a visit.
Assistant Director of Admission, English (US)
Assistant Director of Admission, Counselor (LS)
Admission Associate, Preschool Teacher (Cowan Center)
Nina Freeman Hanlon
Director of Enrollment and Financial Aid, English (US)
Admissions Associate & Database Analyst
Jocelyn Sherman Sherman Avidan
Class of 1996
Associate Director of Alumnae, Admission Associate
Senior Admission Associate
Director of Enrollment & Financial Aid
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Diversity & Inclusion
GA’s commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion ranges from the philosophical—inclusion is core to our very mission—to the programmatic, both in class and out, in every division. From our character-based curriculum to our continued dedication to meaningful, broad-based financial aid, GA manifestly seeks to engage issues of social justice and equity.