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Ms. Hanrahan and Lower School student

A natural tendency to go above and beyond is the common trait of all members of our faculty. They are all people who are drawn to working with students with learning challenges and they all have a thirst for learning themselves - continually working to strengthen their craft.

Read more about what makes our faculty so special and what it's like to become a teacher at Eagle Hill!

Read More about From the Head of School: Teachers at Eagle Hill - Going Above and Beyond
Egg Drop 2018

Eagle Hill's Egg Drop is a favorite annual event for teachers and students alike. Students in Lower School science classes work together in teams to create vessels to hold an egg and keep it from cracking after a drop from a third-floor window.

During Callback, the whole Lower School gathered to watch the Egg Drop. We had SEVEN eggs survive the fall - one of the highest success rates on record! Read more to see photos and videos!

Read More about Egg Drop 2018!
LS girl as wonder woman

In celebration of Halloween, Eagle Hill had Upper School and Lower School Halloween Parades! Lots of Halloween Civvies Passes were given out for original, creative, and hand-made costumes.

Wonder Woman, Harry Potter, inflatable dinosaurs, and witches were all very popular choices. Read more to see some great photos from our Halloween celebration!

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At Eagle Hill, we're proud to be a resource for the entire community. We hope you'll join us at the events below to learn more about Eagle Hill, hear from incredible speakers, or gain insight into the world of LD.

Open House: Tuesday, JANUARY 15, 9 a.m.
  • Parents are welcome to hear from Eagle Hill administrators, take a tour of campus, and visit some of our classes. Please register here.
  • Can't make it in January? Future Open House dates: February 26, April 23, May 21
FOUNDATIONS PROGRAM Open House: Tuesday, FEBRUARY 5, 9 a.m.
Speaker Series: Wednesday, FEBRUARY 13, 7 p.m., Eagle Hill Community Room
  • Parents, teachers, and consultants can hear from Dr. Nadine Gaab, the award-winning author of Dyslexia and the Brain: Decoding Dyslexia. This event is free, but seats are limited. Please reserve your seat as soon as possible!
  • Save the date: April 23, 2019 (Julie Lythcott-Haims)
  • More information about all our speakers!
Eagle Hill's Annual Benefit: Saturday, April 6, 2019, Greenwich Country Club
  • This year, we're honoring retiring Head of School Dr. Marjorie E. Castro. Please consider attending or taking out an ad in our Benefit Journal - all to support this special school. Learn more about this year's event!

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