Thank you to our sponsor, Betteridge!
Whether you’re still searching for the right school for your child this academic year or are beginning to think about next year, we know the decision can be a tough one and it ultimately comes down to choosing the best fit for your child.
To help you with your search, Greenwich, New Canaan, Darien and Stamford Moms have come together to create the 2020 Private School Guide sponsored by Betteridge.
Scroll down for information about schools in our area, what you need to know and where to go if you’d like to learn more.
Bi-Cultural Hebrew Academy
For more information, visit join a virtual open house.
For more information, please visit www.cbury.org.
Catholic Academy of Stamford
The Children’s School
For more information, please call to schedule a tour,
go to www.childrensschool.org or call (203) 329-8815.
Eagle Hill School
Eagle Hill School develops life-changing academic skills, self-confidence, and character in students who have been diagnosed with language-based learning differences, including dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, executive functioning disorder, ADHD, and auditory processing disorder.
For more information, please check eaglehillschool.org.
They offer a personalized one-to-one education model where every course is individualized to the student in a positive social setting. Fusion offers both in-person and live virtual instruction for full-time enrollment, part-time courses for credit, or tutoring/mentoring sessions.
The school is open year-round and enrolls on a rolling basis.
For more information, please attend a
Virtual Lunch with The Head of School
Wednesday, October 21st, noon – 1 p.m.
A leader in all-girls education, Greenwich Academy is an independent college preparatory day school for students in grades pre-K through 12. Their rigorous academic program empowers students to be creative, inquisitive, and resourceful in every aspect of their learning under the guidance of a dedicated and talented faculty. Underpinning everything they do is a firm commitment to helping girls develop compassion, moral courage, and resilience, as embodied in our motto: Toward the Building of Character.
Rich co-curricular offerings enhance everyday learning at GA. Whether she’s writing for our award-winning literary magazine, working to cultivate new antibiotics, attending a conference on Kingian Non-Violence, or fashioning a costume for a musical production, a GA girl has the opportunity to identify her interests and explore them fully. The fine and performing arts are popular at every level, as are community service and social justice commitments. We are also proud of the strength of our athletic program, as well as the fact that girls of all skills levels can participate.
In GA’s Upper School, the Coordinate Program with their brother school, Brunswick, enables GA students to enroll in classes on both campuses and gives them access to a total of over 200 courses between the schools.
For more information please visit, greenwichacademy.org/admission.
Greenwich Catholic School
For more information, please visit the admissions page of the GCS website, here.
At King School, We seek more than achievement for our students. We open minds and spark courageous thinking. Every day, our students discover and forge their unique paths to excellence as we teach, guide, and cheer them on.
Because when we set better standards for both the experience and outcomes of PreK-Grade 12 education, students cultivate the insights and heart to own their future.
For more information, please check here!
The Harvey School
The Harvey School fosters exploration, self-discovery, and creativity for students in grades 6 – 12.
Committed to engaged, college preparatory learning in a small class setting, Harvey teachers ensure that students graduate knowing who they are and are fully prepared academically, socially, and emotionally. Join a Virtual Visit with us today!
For more information, please contact
William Men, Director of Admissions and Financial Aid
The Long Ridge School
New Canaan Country School
Graduates excel at top day, boarding and public secondary schools and go on to lead lives of impact and purpose.
For more information, please visit countryschool.net.
Greenwich Country Day School
For more information, please visit gcds.net.
Sacred Heart Greenwich
St. Aloysius School
St. Aloysius School is fully accredited and has been selected as a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence (2010) for “Outstanding Academic Achievement” in reading and mathematics. They welcome individuals of every race, religious belief, and national and ethnic origin, who wish to contribute to the community and be nourished by it.
Located in Greenwich CT, Whitby is a co-educational independent school that provides educational continuity for children 18 months through Grade 8 in the Fairfield-Westchester area.
The premier Whitby Montessori Children’s House three-year program and the highly-recognized International Baccalaureate (IB) program in Grades 1-8 form the foundation that empowers Whitby students to think creatively and critically, preparing them as life-long learners and global citizens.
The primary focus at the Iona Preparatory School is to nurture and empower young men by teaching faith, building community, serving others, and pursuing excellence. Iona Prep accepts students with the academic potential to succeed in a rigorous college-prep program, and who are willing to challenge themselves in a variety of academic and extracurricular pursuits.
Iona Prep graduates have been accepted and are attending such schools as Dartmouth, MIT, Johns Hopkins, College of the Holy Cross, Georgetown, Boston College, Harvard, Princeton, University of Chicago, Marquette, and Carnegie Mellon as well as many well-known colleges as close as in the tri-state area and as far away as the west coast and Canada.