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.
By Leo Applegate, Sports Editor for The Alcove student newspaper. Following a tough stretch that consisted of more than 10 matches in two weeks, the girls tennis team was not fatigued, but rather the opposite—they were focused and motivated as ever. It was business as usual for the Gryphons, as they emerged victorious for the second straight year in the regional tournament, winning almost every flight.
By Maraki Tamrat ’23 for The Alcove Student Newspaper. In sports, injuries are a common occurrence. Athletes must push their bodies to the limit, and in some cases, it results in unfortunate accidents. This year’s baseball season has been filled with players subbing in and out due to the state of the injuries on the team. Whether a sprained ankle or recovering from surgery, a lot of players saw their season cut short.
Written by Nathan Burke for The Alcove Student Newspaper. Greenhills varsity boys and girls track and field teams hosted one of its biggest meets of the season May 9. The competition saw schools from across the region come together to showcase their talents in various track and field events. The school made an impressive showing, with the boys team placing third overall and the girls team securing second place.
The slogan for Ben Eisendrath’s home and restaurant grill company, Grillworks, is “Argentine Inspired, American Made.” His elaborate live-fire grills, which are manufactured in northern Michigan and have been featured in Bon Appetit and the New York Times, form the centerpiece of restaurants by such A-list chefs as José Andrés, Dan Barber, and Danny Meyer. In a conversation with the alumni office, Ben shared more about his path since Greenhills, how changing the way we grill became his mission, and his stealth foodie forays around the world.
By Eleana Zhuang ’25 for The Alcove Student Newspaper. With the temperature at 40 degrees, winds gusting to 30 miles per hour, and rainy weather conditions, the girls soccer team hosted Bishop Foley May 2. No matter what mother nature brought, the Gryphons persisted, and the result was a tie against the team ranked No. 6 in their division.
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.