Our masquerade-themed event honored Dr. Castro and her 10-year tenure as Head of School.
My child arrived at Eagle Hill with low self-confidence, difficulties organizing his thoughts and grades behind in his academic subjects. The school provides small, structured classes taught with strategies that make comprehension possible. He has been able to take risks and succeed because they skillfully create an environment that encourages children and helps them to feel safe.”Current Eagle Hill Parent
Our family-oriented community is welcoming, supportive, and united in support of our school's mission.
Our personalized, highly successful program supports students with learning challenges related to reading, writing, math, attention, and auditory processing.
Our faculty is caring, exceptionally well-trained, and teaches to each child's specific learning challenges.
Our students develop self-confidence, a passion for learning, and the academic and social skills to achieve success in school and in life.
We are so proud of our faculty who represented Eagle Hill at the recent Learning Disabilities Association of America conference in Fort Worth. Read more to see all of our presenters and their topics.
Dr. Nadine Gaab spoke on "The Dyslexia Paradox" as part of Eagle Hill's 2018-2019 Speaker Series, presented by the Black Brogan Foundation.
Sunday Supper & Bingo is a perennial favorite at Eagle Hill! The whole family is invited for a fun evening of bingo, pizza, snacks, and (most importantly) prizes!
This year, we had a full house of over 250 Eagle Hill families and faculty. Dr. Castro and Mr. Breakell called most of the bingo games, but we had a special guest caller - future Head of School Clay Kaufman!
We are pleased and excited to announce that Clay Kaufman will succeed Marjorie Castro as Head of School beginning on July 1, 2019.
Before everyone left for Winter Break, we spent the morning at Dorothy Hamill Rink in Greenwich. The morning started off with our hockey team taking on our faculty players and ended with a free skate for the whole school.
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Eagle Hill's Summer Academic Program offers instruction based on diagnosed needs to students who are falling behind in school and/or have a language-based learning difference.
An optional Afternoon Activities Program gives students a chance for summer fun with beach outings, field trips, games, and more!