Welcome New Families

Welcome to Greenhill!
We are thrilled that your family will be joining our vibrant and dynamic community! We’ve created this webpage to serve as a resource in the months leading up to the start of the 2019-20 school year. You’ll be able to find the school calendar, information about lunch, athletics information for our Upper School families, and other helpful background as you prepare for your Greenhill experience. Please check back often because we’ll be updating information on this page throughout the spring. Also, Division heads will be sending important reminders to you throughout the spring and during the summer.

Division Contacts

Preschool: Netra Fitzgerald (972) 628-5414 Email
Lower School: Michael Simpson (972) 628-5571 Email
Middle School: Susan Palmer (972) 628-5599 Email
Upper School: Trevor Worcester (972) 628-5447 Email
Athletics: Chad Wabrek (972) 628-5613 Email
Fine Arts: Terry Martin (972) 628-5661 Email

New Families Reception

We would love to see you at our New Families Reception on Wednesday, April 17 at 6:15 p.m. in the Marshall Family Performing Arts Center! Please note that this event is for parents only. Childcare is provided for children ages 4-12. Please indicate if you will need childcare when you RSVP. For the closest parking, use the Hornet Road entrance off Midway Road.

More Information Coming Soon!

In the first week of April, all new families will receive their username/passwords to access the Greenhill Resource Board. On the Resource Board, you will be able to access the Enrollment Checklist for the 2019-20 school year along with all health forms.

Important Resources

List of 13 items.

  • Calendar of Important Dates

    The Greenhill Important Dates calendar for the 2019-20 is now available for download. Parents will receive specific divisional calendar of events in August when their respective division head sends out their summer message.
  • Communications

    While your child is a student at Greenhill, we will communicate with you primarily through email via summer messages, MyGreenhill Weekly, special announcements & events, and additional personal contact.
  • Computer Recommendations

    At Greenhill, we believe that technology should be used to foster anytime, anywhere learning. We intentionally and purposefully blend technology throughout the curriculum to promote active learning and collaboration. Consequently, it is important for families and students to have regular access to a computer and the Internet. CLICK HERE for computer recommendations, specifications, and additional information.
  • Dining Services

    Greenhill School has been partnering with SAGE Dining, the premier partner in dining experience, for nine years, and students and faculty all agree that the food is delicious. SAGE uses organic and locally sourced produce whenever possible to support sustainable practices and feels strongly about fostering community at Greenhill through healthy dining. As one of SAGE's 170 clients across the nation using this model, Greenhill considers it a very successful and like-minded partnership. CLICK HERE to learn more.
  • Extended Day

    Over 250 children from Greenhill attended the Extended Day Program each year. While many of the children come because their parents are working, others enroll for the social aspects and interesting and enriching opportunities. Children in each of the programs may experience cooking, art, science, outdoor and indoor games, special culture projects, and have the opportunity to enroll in various Extend & Explore Programs. Registration for Extended Day for the 2019-20 school year will be in July.
  • Faculty Directory & Curriculum Guide

    Greenhill faculty and staff play many roles; all with the goal of inspiring every student in the classroom, the arts, on the athletic fields, and in developing interpersonal connections. CLICK HERE to see our faculty directory along with our PreK - 12 curriculum guide.
  • Greenhill Fund

    Annual contributions to the Greenhill Fund provide support that is used for a myriad of operating expenses including faculty salaries, financial aid, arts and academics, to name only a few. These funds go directly to the operating budget to help bridge the tuition income shortfall gap. The Greenhill Fund helps the school thrive by providing 5% of the school’s operating budget, bridging the $3,000 gap between tuition revenue and the expense of providing a Greenhill education; sustaining our exceptional curriculum which challenges students to meet their intellectual potential; and supporting financial aid, making a Greenhill education accessible to all families.
  • MyGreenhill Weekly

    MyGreenhill Weekly is an electronic weekly publication that comes out on Thursdays. MyGreenhill Weekly is the one-stop-shop for all current news, from the Parent’s Association to divisional information, classroom updates, Arts and Athletics. It is a valuable tool for parents to keep up to date with all that is going on at Greenhill.
  • Parents' Association

    When your child is accepted at Greenhill School, you are automatically a member of the Parents’ Association! The Parents’ Association (PA) supports our school in several ways by coordinating parent-driven speakers and activities to keep our parents informed; facilitating parent connections through social occasions; providing support for faculty and staff through appreciation events and in times of need; organizing community-wide celebrations for parents and students; and filling numerous volunteer and leadership opportunities.
  • Publications

    Each year, Greenhill produces an award-winning newspaper along with a nationally-recognized student magazine that features the best of Greenhill’s journalism and creative writing students. Greenhill prints its own official magazine - The Hill - a photo-filled magazine provides timely stories, news briefs, alumni updates and more. In addition, the Upper School journalism students publish Greenhill’s student-run newspaper six times a year. Founded in 1966, Evergreen has won many local and state awards.
  • Summer on the Hill

    Summer on the Hill provides a memorable experience for every boy and girl during our 11-week season. More than 2,200 students from 300 schools attended one or more of our Summer on the Hill camps last year, and many of them return summer after summer. CLICK HERE to check out all of the different choices available for the upcoming summer.
  • Summer Reading Lists

    The Summer Reading Lists for the upcoming 2019-20 school year will be available later this spring. The Summer Reading Lists are for students in Prekindergarten - 8th Grade.
  • Volunteer Information

    Volunteers bring our campus to life and enrich the Greenhill experience for all of our students. Volunteering at Greenhill has never been easier, and there are always opportunities available via SignUpGenius, Greenhill’s online volunteer portal. Opportunities to volunteer for the 2019-20 school year will be available in August. Examples of volunteer opportunities include classroom volunteers, teacher appreciation events, Dining Hall volunteers (Preschool & Lower School only), library volunteers, and Gala/Event volunteers.

Fine Arts

The Fine Art Department will hold a number of spring performances, and new families are welcome to come see the creative work of our students and meet their instructors. CLICK HERE to see the spring schedule.

Spring Theatre Series

List of 4 items.

  • Theatre Company Production (April 5)

    Splitting at the Seams by Sophomore Georgia Sasso, directed by Senior Sam Bovard and Tethered by Sam Bovard, directed by Junior Caroline Sasso.
  • Mainstage (May 3-4)

    Spaceships & Stardust. Written by Junior Caroline Sasso, a comedy about a group of intergalactic travelers who discover that they are actually characters in a video game
  • Student Production (May 10)

    Almost, Maine by John Cariani. Directed by Senior Sophia Brisbon and Junior Timothy Owens II, a comedy about people falling in and out of love in the fictional town of Almost Maine.
  • The 24-Hour Challenge (May 11)

    A 24-hour play festival open to high school students of the entire Metroplex, and produced by the students of Theater Company class. Groups will receive a prompt on Friday night May 10, write their plays overnight, come to the MPAC on Saturday May 11 and rehearse their productions. They will perform their shows that night in front of a panel theater professionals.

2019-20 New Families Upcoming Events

March 22 Enrollment Contracts are Due
Early April New Families will receive their Greenhill username/password and 2019-20 Enrollment Checklist
April 16 4th/5th Grade Transition Night (6:30 p.m., MS Rotunda)
(For new-to-Greenhill fifth grade families as well as those moving up from Lower School)
April 17 New Families Reception (6:15 p.m., Marshall Family Performing Arts Center)
April 23 6th/7th Grade Transition Night (6:30 p.m., MS Rotunda)
(For new and current families who will begin seventh grade in August)
May 6 Preschool New Parent Questionnaire Due
May 11 Upper School New Family Orientation, Placement Testing & Cookout
May 15 Welcome to First Grade Family Picnic (6:00 p.m.)
May 29 Prekindergarten Family Picnic (5:30 p.m.)
May 30 Kindergarten Family Picnic (5:30 p.m.)
August 26 Open House
Preschool: 10:00 a.m.
Lower School: 10:00 a.m.
Middle School: 9:00 a.m.
August 27 First Day of School
Preschool: 11:00 Dismissal (Extended Day Care available)
August 28 Preshool: 11:00 Dismissal (Extended Day Care available)

Upcoming Events

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