Greenwood School is a boarding school in Southern Vermont dedicated to taking bright and talented boys with learning differences and learning disabilities (LD) such as dyslexia, attentional difficulties (ADD / ADHD), or executive functioning deficits and empowering them with the skills and strategies necessary to bridge the gap between their outstanding promise and present abilities.
With a student: teacher ratio of better than 2:1, the Greenwood School is a boarding and day school for grades 6 through 12 that offers a comprehensive, individualized remedial program, balanced with an emphasis on enrichment programs designed to awaken students’ hidden talents. The result is a school that transforms lives by providing the best environment possible for students with specific learning challenges to realize their academic, social, and creative potentials.
A comprehensive academic program for middle and high school students — including science, history, art, literature, music, and athletics — ensures our students are intellectually challenged, creatively inspired, and factually informed. Our committed and highly skilled faculty (77% have advanced degrees) teach each student in the way he learns best, often for the first time in the student’s life.
Despite their learning challenges, our students are highly intelligent and have significant talents in the arts, in woodworking, and in athletics. Navigating through our website is an excellent way to learn about our students, our research-based remedial programs, and our vibrant community.
Founded in 1978, the Greenwood School is a boarding and day school for boys in grades 6 through 12. For over thirty years Greenwood has empowered bright and talented boys who face dyslexia, related language-based learning differences, ADHD, and executive function deficits with the skills necessary to bridge the gap between their outstanding promise and present abilities.
The Greenwood School has limited space and is now accepting applications for Fall 2013, grades 6th-12th. For more information, please contact us.