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  1. Where are Greenhills students from?

    Sixty-six percent of Greenhills students are from Ann Arbor, and 34 percent live elsewhere in southeastern Michigan, including Ypsilanti and cities as far away as Fenton, Jackson, Farmington Hills, and Monroe.

  2. Is transportation to Greenhills provided?

    Greenhills offers opportunities to consider carpooling through, an easy app to help students find ride partners. Greenhills also offers a morning bus option that services nearby communities including Plymouth, Canton, Northville, and Novi. Learn more here.

  3. What activities do students do outside the classroom?
    • Activities in the Middle School include but aren’t limited to: Book Club, Service Club, Student Council, Gryphon Club (Spirit Club), Improvisation, Forensics, Science Club, Alcove (student newspaper), Diversity in Action, Math Club, Art Club, Chess Club.
    • Activities in the Upper School include but aren’t limited to: ACTivate the Cure, Asian-American Affinity Group, The Alcove (newspaper), Chess Club, Diversity/ Service Day, Evergreen (literary magazine), Forensics, Forward (yearbook), Gay-Straight Alliance, Green Initiatives Group, Jazz Band, Math Club and Tutoring, Musical (spring), Operation Smile, Orchestras, Peer Counseling & Meditation, Pencils of Promise, Play (fall), Science Olympiad, SOAR (Students Organized Against Racism), Student Council, T-Wall B-Ball, Upper School Service, Voo-Doo Theatre.
    • Students are able to form new clubs and activities with support from a faculty sponsor, so the list is constantly evolving based on their interests.

  4. What athletic programs does Greenhills offer?

    Greenhills offers more than 20 varsity, JV, and middle school sports and participates in the Catholic High School League. Click here to learn more about our athletic program.

  5. Are students supervised after school?

    For middle school students who do not have a sports practice, rehearsal, or club meeting after school, the After School at Greenhills program (ASG) provides a safe and supervised place every day from 3:30-6:00 p.m. Middle School students and their families can opt to use ASG on an as-needed basis and are billed a small fee through the student’s account on days they stay after school. ASG provides time for homework, a snack break, and quiet socializing.

  6. What is the college counseling program like? Where do Greenhills students end up after high school?

    The college counseling program at Greenhills is designed to support and serve each Greenhills student as he or she seeks challenging and rewarding ways to continue education after graduation. Approaching each student as an individual with distinctive strengths, needs, and aspirations, the college counseling staff also seeks to provide assistance for the student’s parents. We focus on helping each student to find and matriculate at a college or university which will offer appropriate challenge and support, which will be comfortable, and at which the student will grow apace. 100% of graduates attend college. Download the College Profile.

  7. What is a family's adjusted tuition rate?

    A family adjusted tuition rate would be the total tuition amount deemed available to a family to spend towards a Greenhills education. Families complete a financial analysis application (Clarity Tuition) which Greenhills uses to determine eligibility for the variable tuition program.

  8. What do you do with households with other tuition expenses outside of Greenhills (other private schools, college/university, etc)?

    In these circumstances, we allow as part of our assessment a percentage of the other tuition into our equation to help us determine eligibility.

  9. Are there income thresholds for qualifying for the variable tuition program?

    While we treat every profile as unique, historically, household incomes over $200K (with one child) typically do not meet the qualifying criteria to be in the variable tuition program.

  10. What percentage of the student body participates in the Variable Tuition Program?

    Over 20 percent of the student body receives a variable tuition rate with an average variable tuition rate of $13,000. Forty percent of the families in our Variable Tuition Program earn incomes of $75,000 to $150,000 per year.


  1. How do you make admission decisions? What factors are considered?

    The two main areas used to evaluate an applicant are academic and cultural fit. We have a thorough application process that allows us to gather great information from many materials and activities. Learn more about the application process.

  2. Are standardized tests (such as SSAT) required?

    Yes, Greenhills does require the submission of standardized test results as part of the application process. We view test results in the context of our holistic review process and are by no means the sole factor in admission decisions. High test scores do not guarantee admission and low test scores do not preclude admission. Our goal is to learn as much as we can about the student.


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November 14 at 2:00pm
Greenhills is closed for mid-winter break and will return on Tuesday, Feb. 22.