We celebrated the accomplishments of these remarkable students on Sunday, June 9.
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.
After this school year, the Greenwich School District will no longer provide bussing for Greenwich students who attend Eagle Hill.
We are announcing the retirements of three incredible educators: Rob Breakell, Assistant Head of School, Janice Curtin, a skilled tutorial teacher and a former Director of Education, and Wendy Breakell, our Personnel Coordinator and a former Eagle Hill teacher.
Our masquerade-themed event honored Dr. Castro and her 10-year tenure as Head of School.
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.
Eagle Hill School admits students of any race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.