Greenhills is closely monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.  All decisions are being made with the health and well-being of the Greenhills community as our priority and following recommendations from local and national public health officials. This page is intended to be a resource to help our community stay informed on how we are responding, and we will continue to update it as new information is released.


Learn more about our plans for returning to school for the 2020-2021 school year here.


The National Association of Independent Schools has reminded us that schools have some control over their own school-related trips, but they cannot cannot control where students, their families, or their employees travel. We do request that Greenhills community members not travel to countries with Level 3 warnings, as defined by the CDC. We request and expect any student or faculty/staff member who travels to a Level 3 country to self-quarantine for 14 days in the U.S. before returning to Greenhills.

We continue to ask all potential campus visitors who have been to any Level 3 country in the past 14 days—including families of Greenhills students and employees—to postpone visits to our school.

Community members are advised to reconsider travel to Level 2 countries. Should the CDC increase the warning to a Level 3 for any location, there is risk of a mandatory period of quarantine or refusal of entry on return to the United States. It is also possible that the CDC could recommend that individuals returning from a Level 2 country should self-quarantine. Keep this in mind as you make your travel decisions.

Many colleges and universities are suspending campus visits. If you have college visits planned, please contact those schools directly before traveling. Many colleges and universities are offering a range of remote possibilities.

Preventing Illness

It is more important than ever that we all engage in practices that promote good health, which include washing hands regularly and getting enough sleep, as well as being vigilant about keeping students home from school if they are ill.

If your child exhibits fever, cough, shortness of breath, or flu-like symptoms, please don’t send them to school and contact your health provider. If your child develops such symptoms while at school, we will ask you to swiftly retrieve your child.