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About the Greenwich Community

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The historic Village of Greenwich is located near the battlegrounds that led to American independence in 1776. Nineteenth century storefronts line Main Street, and the downtown area is surrounded by stately Greek Revival and Victorian homes.

Here, in the southern part of Washington County, the rolling hills, rivers, sweeping mountain views, and quiet beauty underscore the drama of the changing seasons.

While Washington County is known for its dairy farms and orchards, Greenwich offers more than fresh produce to its nearly 5,000 residents. Loaded with antique shops, artisans, and fine dining, Greenwich has a lively artistic community, a close-knit lifestyle, a well-regarded public school system, access to quality health care, universities, community colleges, and a vibrant business community.

Anglers know Greenwich because it is nestled along the banks of the Batten Kill, widely regarded as one of the most technically difficult fly-fishing stream in America. Skiers enjoy the town's close proximity to the best resorts in New York and Vermont. Golfers are discovering the region after it was named one of the two best places to live and golf by Golf Digest.

Easy access to many prominent colleges and universities, along with year-round cultural and recreational opportunities afforded by nearby Saratoga Springs, Lake George, the Capital District, Manchester, VT and the Adirondack and Green Mountains, make Greenwich a highly desirable place to live, work, play, and raise a family.

The district and community collaborate on student centered initiatives such as the LIFTS (Learning Is Fun This Summer) program, community theatre, summer arts, family winter weekend, foreign exchange programs, and an Underground Railroad symposium.

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Educational Programs

Greenwich has clearly outlined its vision for a successful school."Scholarship, Character and Community: Cultivating the Future'' is at the core of its beliefs. Greenwich has maintained a high ranking in the Albany Business Review, most recently earning a place in the top 10% of all school districts in the nation.

Preparation for college and career readiness begins at the elementary schools! Students engage in weekly instruction in special areas such as art, music, technology, library, and physical education. In addition, standards-based instruction drives programming beyond the traditional classroom. Students may participate in STEAM after-school activities, as well as band and chorus. The PreK program for district residents began in January 2020, expanded to a five-hour program in 2021, and is an instrumental foundational component for the success of our students.

The Junior-Senior High School offers a diverse curriculum that includes strong support for student success. There are nine AP classes, six college courses and an effective and progressive Academic Intervention Services program. Additionally, the high school houses a nationally recognized FFA agriculture education program. In 2021 100% of students graduated with a Regents diploma and 69% achieved Advanced Regents diplomas.

Greenwich has advanced technology including a total of 500 computer workstations, which includes classroom workstations and Smart Boards for faculty, student workstations in most classrooms, middle grade and high school computer labs, a CAD lab, business lab, and state-of-the-art media center.

Extensive interscholastic, extracurricular K-12, and athletics programs are offered to supplement the regular school day. These programs are popular, as over 75% of our students in grades 7-12 participate in such activities, and successful (Greenwich athletic teams have earned fourteen New York State Championships).

Ultimately, Greenwich Central School offers a world class program which ensures student success and provides a wide range of offerings and activities for students of all ability levels and interests.

School District Profile

The GCSD comprises the Town of Greenwich and the Town of Easton and portions of six other area towns. One campus, centrally located in the Village of Greenwich, accommodates three separate buildings…

Primary (K-2) school…

Primary (K-2) school

…Middle Grade (3-6) school…

Middle Grade (3-6) school

…and Junior / Senior High School (7-12)…

Junior / Senior High School (7-12)

…along with the athletic fields and transportation department.

An excellent staff of 117 teachers and 119 support personnel serve about 942 students.

We have an active PTSA and a community-based intervention program offering alternative activities for students.

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Substitute Teacher Registry

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