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The Greene School is named the 2022 Environmental Education Organization of the Year by RIEEA.

On April 30, 2022, the Rhode Island Environmental Education Association ( RIEEA) held its annual summit and our school was awarded Environmental Education Organization of the Year! School leaders, Board Members and Students were there to accept the honor. Click on the link above to learn more about the inspirational morning filled with keynote speakers, break- out sessions and networking.
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Learning is Public at The Greene School

Sophomore and Junior TGS students present their final products from their semester long expeditions to members of the public at both the State House and on campus. Thank you to The San Miguel school and Segue Institute for learning for visiting our campus on this beautiful spring morning.
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Congratulations to Jillian M, Class of 2023 on winning a Silver Key Award for her Grasshopper/Smores Photo

Our students and teachers continue to reach great heights! Under the guidance of our art teacher Ms. Truskoski, three TGS students had their photography work submitted to the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards! The students are Viola E, Damilola O, and Jillian M. Wish them luck and click on the link above to see all the entries and read about what our teachers are presenting in a professional capacity to their fellow colleagues!

Our School Statistics

  • 979 SAT Score Mean (2019)
  • 210 Student Enrollment
  • 22 Districts Represented
  • 1:14 Student-Teacher Ratio
  • $1.4 Million Awarded Scholarships (2019)
  • 92% Graduation Rate

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Mission Statement

The Greene School explores the interdependence of human and natural systems. Through a rigorous pre-college curriculum, we develop citizens and leaders engaged in finding peaceful and sustainable solutions to local and global challenges.

Learning Naturally
Our students grow academically and socially, become environmental stewards and actively manage the limited resources we share as a global community.
We provide direct experiences in nature along with the latest in environmental science and technology.