As a parent, it’s only obvious that we want what’s best for our children. The best also includes an education. Not often are we exposed to the “best” systems affordable for our lil loved ones. The Greene Hill School, a newly established progressive school is just that affordable opportunity. It was conceived as a “neighborhood school where community is the backbone of the curriculum”. It is named after the two neighborhoods of Fort Greene and Clinton Hill, which it services.
This school exists because of the passion of parents and educators who dreamed of an alternative to the public schools. Greene Hill’s formulation seems to fathom the realistic challenge required to operate independently, much like Charter Schools, however they differ because Greene Hill offers low tuition rates where Charter Schools offer none.
The Greene Hill School will be adding two new classes for 2011 to the current four classes which educate children age 4 through 8, as well as a thriving group of over.
The school has found a permanent home in a school building located at 39 Adelphi Street in Forte Greene, Brooklyn; which previously housed school children for over 100 years. It is adorned with large classrooms, floor -to- ceiling windows, a library, auditorium with stage and an indoor play space. There are even plans for a science lab, music/dance studio and an organic outdoor garden.
Call 718-230-3608 for more information.