Greenhill students are supported in a variety of ways from their work in the classroom to life outside of it.
The Counseling Program is available to assist all Greenhil students on non-academic matters. The counselor meets individually with students and parents to provide support and guidance, offers workshops, serves as a liaison between the School and any outside mental health professional, serves as a referral source for outside professionals and is a student advocate. The counselors are a resource for staff on issues of behavior, emotions and mental health.
Each of our divisions provides developmentally-appropriate counseling services by a full-time licensed clinician. Counselors meet regularly with faculty and staff to stay informed and provide information and assistance.
The Learning Assistance Program is available to students who have diagnosed learning differences or who are experiencing learning problems and may need educational assistance. Our specialist acts as an advocate for students in the Learning Assistant Program, helping them achieve success in the classroom.
The Learning Specialist also provides tutor referrals, schedules on-campus tutoring, recommends assessments, evaluates requests for assessment and learning assistance, refers families to appropriate educational diagnosticians, interprets educational assessments, and supervisess the implementation of recommendations made by educational diagnosticians.