At Greenwood School, we emphasize education of the whole student; we care about more than test scores and letter grades. Whatever their struggles, we would love to talk to you about how Greenwood could meet your student’s needs.
Middle School enrollments are available at any point before or during the academic year--so if a move is in your student’s best interest, please don’t hesitate to contact us so that we may help you determine whether Greenwood is a good fit.
In High School, we prefer to enroll by semester so that we may ensure that instructional hours requirements are met for the student to earn course credits toward graduation.
By clicking on the Request More Information button, Greenwood Schools will provide information electronically to parents.
psycho-educational evaluations (if available) current report card (we understand grades don’t define the student) current IEP or 504 Plan (if applicable)
Tuition and Financial Assistance
Although Greenwood School is the best fit for many students’ unique learning needs, we also understand that finances may be a concern for families. Many of our families receive financial assistance from multiple sources:
- Greenwood School accepts funding through state scholarship programs such as the McKay Scholarship, Gardiner Scholarship, Hope Scholarship, and Step Up for Students for eligible students. Please follow the links to view these program requirements, or call us for more information.
- Greenwood School partners with multiple private foundations who offer financial assistance to families for students with specific learning differences.
- Greenwood also offers financial assistance through the School based on a family’s need. You may request Greenwood Scholarship information and an application during the admissions process, or each year with your contract renewal.
For more information about financial assistance please contact us by email or call us directly at (904) 726-5000.