Imagine a school wholeheartedly dedicated to creating a learning experience around the unique needs and passions of each student. That’s Greenhills. In intensely smart classes, our teachers push students to know the depth of what they’re truly capable of — from Jazz and 2D Design to Conceptual Physics.
Greenhills alum Nick Phan '97 was already a musician when he joined Greenhills in middle school, but it wasn't until he had the opportunity to play with others than he discovered his true love of music. Being part of an orchestra led to him joining the choir. The choir led to a role in the musical. And all of that was a prelude to Phan becoming a two-time Grammy-nominated tenor, performing on opera stages around the world, and being described by The Boston Globe as "one of the world's most remarkable singers."
The 2022-23 academic and fiscal year marks the first term for three new members of the Greenhills Board of Trustees. The three alums span more than 25 years of history in the building and bring a robust set of experiences, accomplishments, and histories. What unites them is a shared belief in the power of service and working to ensure that a Greenhills education is available to all.
Varsity Soccer Wins Regional Championship 1-0 Over Lansing Christian By Matthew Streicher, for The Alcove Student Newspaper Out of 105 teams at the beginning of the boys soccer postseason, there are now four left. And after Thursday night’s win in Lansing, the varsity boys team is one of them, punching a ticket to the state semifinals, and taking home their second trophy of the postseason.
Volleyball Defeats Canton Prep in a Senior Night Four-setter By Nicholas Alumkal ’23, for The Alcove Student Newspaper Girls volleyball was victorious over the Canton Prep Chargers on Wednesday evening in a match that lasted four sets, with a final score of 3 - 1. It’s one more win in a fruitful season, where they went undefeated in league play and claimed the Catholic High School League Sectional Championship.
Girls Cross Country Wins Invitational at Hudson Mills Metropark, Boys Place 3rd By Jack Hauptman ’23, Sports Writer for The Alcove student newspaper. On Oct. 15 the Greenhills varsity cross country teams competed in an event against 11 other schools. It was the last invitational before the championships for the 2022 cross country season, held at Hudson Mills Metropark — a course famous among the runners for its incredibly flat ground allowing runners to maintain fast paces — and the Gryphons had set their sights high.
And we do our very best to draw it out daily. On average, any two people have 99.9% identical DNA. That means what makes you you is what comes from that remaining 0.1%. At Greenhills, we've crafted our entire 6th- through 12th-grade experience (and our approach to teaching) to unleash the full power of that 0.1%. So you can go out into the world — uniquely and confidently you. A one-of-a-kind work of art with the ability to do anything you set your very distinctive brain to.