Greenwich

Greenwich, Connecticut was named after a borough of London in the United Kingdom. Well known to many in the area, Greenwich is well known as one of the wealthiest towns in the country. At the southernmost and westernmost towns in Connecticut, Greenwich has 4 train stations throughout the town, providing less then a 40 minutes commute to New York City. Air travel is easy as well, with the Westchester County Airport about 20 minutes from downtown Greenwich. It was listed 1st on the “100 Best Places to Live in the United States” in 2005. Greenwich is home to famous actors, actresses, businessmen & women, and musicians. ¬†

Less than 40 minutes to Manhattan, Greenwich maintains its suburban character with housing that ranges from beautiful water front homes to colonial inland homes and condos.

Population
Over 62,000

Area
67.2 Square Miles

Schools
The mission of Greenwich Public Schools is to educate the child to be a learner and to challenge the child to realize his/her full potential.

Greenwich Public Schools prepares each and every student for higher levels of academic achievement, while preparing them to become productive, responsible, ethical, creative, and compassionate members of society.

Preschool (Ages 2-5)

Elementary Schools (Grades K-5)

    • Riverside
      90 Hendrie Avenue | Ph: (203) 637-1440
    • Parkway
      141 Lower Cross Road | Ph: (203) 869-7466
    • Glenville
      33 Riversville Road | Ph: (203) 531-9287
    • Cos Cob
      300 East Putnam Avenue | Ph: (203) 869-4670

Middle Schools (Grades 6-8)

High Schools (Grades 9-12)

Private Schools

    • Whitby School (Grades Pre-8)
      969 Lake Avenue | Ph: (203) 302-3900
    • Brunswick School (Grades Pre K-12, All Boys)
      100 Maher Avenue | Ph: (203) 625-5800
    • Eagle Hill School (Ages 5-16, Special Needs)
      45 Glenville Road | Ph: (203) 622-9240

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