Greenburgh at a Glance

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    The community serviced by the Greenburgh Central School District is a diverse professional community located just 27 minutes north of New York City, with a total area of 6.2 square miles and a population of approximately 22,528 residents. We have a full-day Pre-K Program, 5 schools, and 1677 students.


    Early Childhood Program (ECP)

    Elementary Schools:

    Lee F. Jackson Elementary School (LFJ)

    Highview Elementary School (HES)

    Richard J. Bailey Elementary School (RJB)

    Middle School:

    Woodlands Middle School (WMS)

    High School:

    Woodlands High School (WHS)

    The student body comprises 12.8% White, 35.2% Black, 6.5% Asian or Asian/Pacific Islander, 43.3% Hispanic/Latino, 0.2% American Indian or Alaska Native, and 0.1% Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander. Also, 50% of students are female, and 50% of students are male. At schools in Greenburgh Central School District, 52.6% of students are eligible to participate in the federal free and reduced-price meal program and 7.4% of students are English language learners.

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Fast Facts

    • All Greenburgh Central Schools are accredited by and designated as a school district in good standing by the NYSED.
    • Our graduation rate is 94%.
    • We offer the International Baccalaureate programs (IB) for its students in grades K–12 and offer the IB Diploma Programme.
    • We offer full-day preschool.
    • We offer world languages, including Mandarin K–12.
    • The New York School Quality Index gives Greenburgh Central Schools a range of quality scores from 75.7 to 98.5, out of a possible score of 100.
    • Greenburgh Central's enrollment has increased, year after year, for the past decade, with an additional 300 families enrolling students.
    • 89% of Greenburgh Central's 180 teachers hold master's degrees + credits, and 9% hold doctorate degrees.

Core Beliefs

    • We believe we are advocates for academic excellence for all students.
    • We believe in nurturing students’ intellectual, emotional, creative, social and physical development.
    • We believe students will achieve their full potential through the collective efforts of parents, educators, staff and community stakeholders.
    • We believe in sustaining an environment that fosters open communication, honesty, and respect for the individual.

Board of Education Goals