Greenburgh at a Glance
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 5 schools and 1677 students.
The student body is comprised of 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.
School information is provided by the government and usnews.com
- 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.
- 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.
Early Childhood Program (ECP)
Lee F. Jackson Elementary School (LFJ)
Highview Elementary School (HES)
Richard J. Bailey Elementary School (RJB)
Woodlands Middle School (WMS)
Woodlands High School (WHS)
Board of Education Goals
Each school year of the strategic horizon, the Board of Education drafts and adopts a set of yearly goals, aligned with the overall strategic goals. At the conclusion of each school year, the board and superintendent evaluate and publicize our progress toward achieving these goals.