Over the course of our more than 65-year history, our student body has grown in size, diversity and talent. And new facilities have been added and existing spaces have been renovated to continue to accommodate the interests and needs of our vibrant learning community.
On February 6 and 7, 2016, under the leadership of Scott A. Griggs, Head of School, Greenhill celebrated the grand opening of the Marshall Family Performing Arts Center. On Sunday, February 7, Greenhill celebrated the inauguration of the new Marshall Family Performing Arts Center with an all-community open house featuring musical performances by Preschool, Lower School and Middle School students and student and faculty artwork. Designed by award-winning architecture firm Weiss/Manfredi and named for the Marshall family, which includes long-time Board of Trustees member and alumnus E. Pierce Marshall, Jr. `86, the Marshall Family Performing Arts Center is the central component of Greenhill’s Building Community Campaign, the largest and widest-reaching campaign in the School’s 65-year history.
In Fall 2015, we opened our redesigned Dining Hall that included expanded seating, modernized kitchen facilities as well as special dining sections for Preschool and Lower School students. In addition, we unveiled Jennifer Goodnight Maalouf `86 and Frankel Fields along with expanded parking around the facilities in Fall 2014.
“Greenhill’s sense of community has always been core to its mission. We know that students learn best in an environment of trust, where they are known and cared for by passionate, talented teachers. Central to this is creating appropriate spaces that facilitate student-teacher relationships, and that ultimately allow our students to grow and flourish. The Building Community Campaign will further Bernard Fulton’s vision to bring students, family, parents and alumni together in a dynamic learning environment.”
Scott A. Griggs, Head of School

Greenhill School

A coed, nonsectarian, independent day school for prekindergarten – Grade 12