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The Greene School Will Hold An Open House on December 9, 2023 from 9:00AM- 1:00PM.

To register: Click on the link above ( available in both English and Spanish)

Come explore our 70 acre campus, tour our three buildings, and meet some of teachers, students, and our administration. Find out what makes us unique and learn about our mission to develop citizens and leaders engaged in finding peaceful and sustainable solutions to local and global challenges. We look forward to meeting you.

Mediante expediciones en nuestro campus rural y en todo el estado, enfatizamos la educacíon ambiental para conectar a los estudiantes con el mundo natural. Vea lo que nosh ace únicos y aprenda sobre nuestra misión de desarrollar ciudadanos y líderes comprometidos en encontrar soluciones paćificas y sostenibles a los desafios locales y globales.
Esperamos contar con su presencia.
Belize flag

TGS is traveling to the Carribean Shorelines of Corozal Bay, Belize in February 2024

After a short hiatus (thank you COVID) from the TGS Global Ventures Program, we are excited to announce that we will be traveling this February break to the Caribbean shorelines of Corozal Bay, Belize. We'll be immersed in an ancient Mayan fishing village where locals still make their living from the richness of the Belize Barrier Reef.
Mr. Johnson in NY

Mr. Jeff Johnson is our District Teacher of the Year!

Congratulations to Mr. Jeff Johnson for being recognized by the teachers and administration for his commitment to the school mission and his partnership in developing relevant and meaningful fieldwork experiences with students.
Inside out Grant award

The Greene School is Awarded $200,000 from RIDE's 2023 Learning Inside Out Grant Program

At a press conference held on June 8, RIDE announced the recipients of the 2023 Learning Inside Out Grants. The Greene School was awarded $100,000 each for the two grant applications we submitted. Click on the link above to read the press release by the Rhode Island Department of Education.

These grants will be used for the Habitat Restoration/Outdoor Laboratories and the Meadow Ecosystem Projects. The ceremony was attended by TGS Principal, Ms. Alex Edelmann, Board Secretary, Ms. Leslie Baxter and Director of Development, Ms. Toni Lautieri,

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.