Welcome to Greenhill School!
At Greenhill, our students are curious, inquisitive learners. They are steadfast in their quests to gain knowledge and wisdom, always seeking to deepen their understanding of our world. Our dedicated faculty members nurture the strengths and talents of each student, instilling the confidence to take risks and the tenacity to achieve their aspirational goals.
As our students grow and strive, so, too, does Greenhill. We are continually enhancing our academics, arts, and athletics programs, incorporating the latest research on how students learn, perform, and practice most effectively. We also ensure that each of our programs offers the foundational skills that will support our students during their time with us, and in the years to follow.
Since our founding in 1950, Greenhill has valued inclusivity. Our school is a dynamic blend of cultures, backgrounds, and genders, and we appreciate the unique gifts of each member of our community. Our faculty purposefully integrates the art of civil discourse into daily learning, teaching students how to converse with excellence, integrity, compassion, and courage.
Whether you come to Greenhill for four years or fourteen, you are joining a family that lasts a lifetime. I invite you to visit our beautiful campus, see our vibrant classrooms, meet our incredible students, and experience all that Greenhill offers.
Lee J. Hark
The Fredston Family Head of School

Meet The Fredston Family Head of School

Throughout his distinguished career, Lee J. Hark has brought a love of learning, a commitment to mission, and a vision for innovation to every school he has served.
Mr. Hark came to Greenhill from Durham Academy in Durham, North Carolina, where he served as Associate Head of School starting in 2014 and Upper School Director starting in 2008. He attended the highly-regarded Darlington School in Rome, Georgia and received his B.A. in English with honors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1992. In 1997, Mr. Hark earned an M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from the University of Georgia and did doctoral work in Social Foundations of Education at the University of Virginia.
Mr. Hark began his career as a teacher at Darlington School in 1993 and over the years has served in a variety of leadership positions, including admissions and student activities, Dean of Students, Coordinator of Faculty Recruitment, Upper School Director, and Associate Head of School. In addition to Durham Academy, he has worked in independent schools including Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Connecticut, and Providence Day School in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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