Charles Nedder
Coldwell Banker Realty

Greenwich School Information

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Public Elementary Schools:

Cos Cob Elementary (436 students) 300 East Putnam Ave., Cos Cob

Glenville Elementary (451 students) 33 Riversville Road, Greenwich

Hamilton Elementary (318 students) 184 Hamilton Avenue, Greenwich

Parkway Elementary (217 students) 141 Lower Cross Road, Greenwich

Julian Curtiss Elementary (360 students) 180 East Elm St, Greenwich

New Lebanon Elementary (265 students) 25 Mead Avenue, Greenwich

North Mianus Elementary (482 students) 309 Palmer Hill , Riverside

North Street Elementary  (354 students) 381 North St, Greenwich

Riverside Elementary (497 students) 90 Hendrie Avenue

Old Greenwich Elementary (413 students) 285 Sound Beach Ave

The International School of Dundee Elementary (369 students) 55 Florence Rd, Riverside

Public Middle Schools:

Eastern Middle School (818 students) 51 Hendrie Avenue, Riverside

Central Middle School (567 students) 9 Indian Rock Lane, Greenwich

Western Middle School (534 students) Western Junior Highway, Greenwich

Public High School:

Greenwich High School (2591 students) 10 Hillside Road, Greenwich

Greenwich Private Schools:  

Brunswick School A non-sectarian boys’ school (the brother school to Greenwich Academy) (preK-12). 

Greenwich Academy  A non-sectarian girls’ school (the sister school to Brunswick) (K-12).

Convent of the Sacred Heart A girls’ school with Catholic affiliation (preK-12).

Greenwich Catholic School, 471 North Street (preK-8).

Greenwich Country Day School (K-9).

The Greenwich Japanese School a.k.a. New York Nihonjin gakko, a Japanese expatriate school (K-9).

Stanwich School, adding one grade each year until twelfth grade.) Located at 257 Stanwich Road (K-9).

Westchester Fairfield Hebrew Academy (K-8) the school, founded in 1996 and opened in 1997 with 24 students in rented space in Port Chester, New York, later rented space from Temple Shalom in Greenwich before buying a 17-acre (69,000 m2) campus at 270 Lake Avenue from the Japanese Education Alliance in August 2006. Enrollment was 160 at the start of the 2007-2008 school year, but school officials plan to expand it to 325 students with two classes of 18 students each through eighth grade. 

The school had been adding a class, grade by grade each year, and in 2006 started adding a second class in each grade. In 2006, school officials said they planned to share the campus with the Greenwich Japanese School for the next few years. 

In 2006 the school started the PALs program for children with learning disabilities.

Whitby School:, a Montessori program adding International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum for Primary-8th grade. Located on Lake Avenue.