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GHS Principal Mr. Ralph Mayo, 2024 Fleishman Award Winner Ms. Kimberly Palomino, and former GPS Superintend3ent Dr. Ernie Fleishman
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2024 Distinguished Teachers
Chorus Concert
Buddy Bench
JC students in makerspace
students sitting outside
Orchestra students playing their instruments
CMS Students on First day 2022
Dr. Toni Jones with ISD students
Bulletin Board of a dragon with recycled paper
Girls Soccer - Team Photo
We Love CMS painted on rock
Students Coding with Scratch
Students building with Keva Planks
JC Students looking at photographs
Field Day Bucket Challenge
The MacAfee Family from Bye Bye Birdie
The A in STEAM is for Art!
HAS Strings

Welcome to Greenwich Public Schools


It is the Mission of the Greenwich Public Schools

♦ to educate all students to the highest levels of academic achievement;
♦ to enable them to reach and expand their potential; and
♦ to prepare them to become productive, responsible, ethical, creative and compassionate members of society. Read More

Exterior of Havemeyer Building with signage

By the Numbers


GPS Schools named a National Blue Ribbon School since 1989.

  • GHS - 1989
  • EMS - 1992
  • CMS - 2002
  • OGS - 2004
  • NMS - 2019


The GPS Community Service Awards was first held in 1986, and has been recognizing the philanthropic efforts of GPS students annually, highlighted by the Fleishman Award winner.


GPS was recognized in 2016, 2020, and 2021 as a NAMM Foundation Best Community for Music Education


Every GPS student is issued a device (K-5 student receive an iPad; 6-12 students receive a Chromebook)


GPS was recognized as a winner of the 2019 CT Red Ribbon PASS Program Award for commitment to physical activity


Greenwich Public Schools educates 8,611 students each day (per 10/1/23 enrollment report)


GPS offers Magnet Schools at Hamilton Avenue, International School at Dundee, Julian Curtiss, and New Lebanon Elementary Schools, as well as Western Middle School


GPS consist of eleven neighborhood elementary schools (K-5), three middle schools (6-8), and one high school (9-12).

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