Greenhill’s 75-acre campus offers the perfect setting for a safe and vibrant learning experience. The classrooms are small, reinforcing our belief in an interactive and intimate academic environment. All classrooms are filled with natural lighting and multiple windows provide a glimpse of learning to all who may walk by. In addition, all teacher workspaces are open and accessible and support our philosophy of an inviting environment for teacher-student interaction.
The Greenhill campus features separate academic buildings for Preschool, Lower, Middle and Upper School students which are within close proximity of one another to provide opportunities for cross-division interaction.
On February 6, 2016, Greenhill celebrated the grand opening of the state-of-the-art Marshall Family Performing Arts Center. The Marshall Family Performing Arts Center includes a 600-seat proscenium theater, a 150-seat studio theater; a dance and recital hall; a green room, dressing rooms and a costume shop; a video and film production classroom; and a lobby, gallery, and outdoor plaza. As part of the Building Community Campaign, the Greenhill Dining Hall was renovated in a space that was once occupied by the Zale-Fields Theatre. Now, the Dining Hall provides an expanded area that includes a separate dining area for Greenhill's youngest students as well as a private dining room and meeting space.
The Agnich Science Building is a dedicated facility providing lab and classroom space for science study in grades 7-12. The Montgomery Library, an O'Neil Ford designed structure, is the perfect space for quiet study, research or group project collaboration and development.
The Phillips Family Athletic Center is one of the finest athletic facilities in North Texas and features two gymnasiums, swimming pool, and a state of the art fitness center. In addition, our athletic complex contains ten lighted tennis courts, football, soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, baseball and softball fields and an eight-lane track. In addition, two athletic fields that were once located on the northeast corner of campus have been relocated to the southeast corner to make room for the Marshall Family Performing Arts Center. The new fields - Jennifer Goodnight Maalouf '86 Field and JJJ Frankel Field - were opened in Fall 2014.