The Center for Mindful Wellbeing is a place where students have access
to mindfulness activities, guided meditation, and yoga, among other activities and tools.


The Center offers a combination of structured six-week sessions during students’ free periods as well as drop-in hours, during which students can utilize the space to meditate, journal, or eat quietly.

Students are also invited to end their school day with “tea time” in the Center from 3:10-3:30 p.m.

Created in a space made available by the reimagined Greenhills library — one of three projects being made possible by the ongoing Greenhills at 50 capital campaign — its founders envision the Center for Mindful Wellbeing as a space for students to develop lifelong skills to support them in cultivating compassion for themselves and for others, reducing stress and improving coping, and promoting social and emotional intelligence.

The center also supports students in learning how to hit the pause button in a world that expects them to be in constant motion, facilitating introspection and the ability to regulate emotions and observe thoughts.