The Greenwich High School class of 2021 was able to enjoy a live graduation.
“We have the rare opportunity to experience everything in our lives as though it is for the first time. So go and make your firsts.” – Meredith Blanchard, Class of 2021 president Continue Reading →
Wednesday was an unseasonably mild day, perfect for a groundbreaking ceremony for the upgrades at Greenwich High School’s Cardinal Stadium. Continue Reading →
Watch Greenwich Athletic Foundation Co-President and former GHS Football player Robert Burton, Jr. discuss sports in Greenwich Live Tuesday night on Facebook. Rob Burton Jr.
Tune in Tuesday, Feb 23 at 8:00pm with Rob and Board of Education member Joe Kelly on Facebook. Go to Joe’s Facebook page: joe.kelly.7334 for his weekly webcast. “So much to discuss including the Cardinal Stadium bleachers, sports streaming, maybe even a field house in Greenwich?” the GAF said in a Facebook post. Continue Reading →
The student responsible for writing a message that referenced a weapon was identified and appropriate disciplinary action will be taken. Continue Reading →
“The hybrid system was surprisingly easy to adjust to.” – Benjamin Shi Continue Reading →
Greenwich High School senior Cynthia Chen was one of 161 students across the nation named United States Presidential Scholars. Continue Reading →
Former Greenwich Schools Superintendent Dr. Ernest Fleishman presented the Fleishman Award for Community Service to GHS senior Emil Perdue who will attend University of Chicago in the fall. Continue Reading →
“We know that this year has been challenging, and we’ve worked hard with our school and town partners to make Graduation 2020 a great event for all of our seniors and their families.” – GHS headmaster Ralph Mayo Continue Reading →
The Board of Education sets the date and rain date for graduation; the Administration determines the form the ceremony will take. Continue Reading →
In a “sense of the meeting,” all eight BOE members supported a policy for the academic year that provides students the option to take all their 4th marking period classes pass fail in lieu of letter grades. Continue Reading →