What is The Greene School?
What is a charter school?
How does a charter school differ from a traditional public school?
How are charter schools funded?
How can my teen get into the Greene School?
All high school students in Rhode Island are eligible to apply to The Greene School. The only step is to fill out a simple application. If more students apply to The Greene School than available openings, a lottery will be conducted to see which children are enrolled. Charter public schools must be open to all students regardless of race, religion, disability or academic ability. To apply for the 2022-2023 school year, simply go to the admissions tab on our website (www.tgsri.org) and fill out an on-line application. If you need any help with this process, please call the school at 401-397-8600.
What if my child is not chosen in the lottery and does not get in to The Greene School for this upcoming year?
How many students will be enrolled at The Greene School?
My child has special needs; will he/she qualify for enrollment at The Greene School?
Why does The Greene School have the Audubon Society of Rhode Island as a sponsor?
How do I get a job working at The Greene School?
What will be the curriculum? Will the curriculum meet state standards?
What is EL Education?
The Greene School uses Project-Based/Experiential Learning. What does that mean?
Will my child be prepared for college?
What Extra-Curricular activities are available to my child at TGS?
How can I get involved as a parent in my child’s education at The Greene School?
What can I do to help support the effort to develop and build The Greene School?
- Support our fundraising campaign
- Follow us on our social media, and join our YouTube channel
- Join our email listserve for updates, meetings and fundraising information by emailing [email protected]
- Volunteer in school development activities
- Spread the word!