Greenwood School is an all-boys boarding and day school for grades 6 through 12. Greenwood delivers a program that rewires brains for improved reading fluency and rate, as well as processing speed weaknesses. It empowers high potential students who face complex learning challenges, ADD/ADHD, and Executive Function weaknesses through targeted skills and interventions. Greenwood challenges and supports students to step into the unknown and take advantage of opportunities—and it is a school where learning by doing is respected and encouraged. Greenwood’s environment brings together an individualized curriculum, social-emotional learning, expert teaching, and a nurturing community centered on positive reinforcement. The result is a school that transforms lives.
The Gettysburg Address: Every Greenwood School student is required to memorize and recite the the historic Gettsyburg Address before an audience of faculty, family, and judge. This annual Greenwood tradition is documented n Ken Burns’ file “The Address”. SEL Programming. Every student takes an SEL course to help him navigate the social issues teenagers face on a daily basis. These SEL lessons are reinforced in the classroom, extracurricular activities, and residential life programming.