Greenwich High School is a large comprehensive public high school located in Greenwich, Connecticut, one hour away from New York City. A large percentage of the town’s residents are college graduates and professionals; therefore, Greenwich High has a strong college going culture. The student body comprises diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
The Carnegie credit system is used for regular graduation requirements at Greenwich High School.
Greenwich High School offers 29 AP courses, seven courses approved for college credit through the UCONN Cooperative Program, 70 Honors courses, and an Honors option in other subjects. Of students that take the AP exam, 89 percent achieve a qualifying score.
Students may earn early college credits through the University of Connecticut Early College Experience program, UCONN ECE. This program provides academically motivated students with the opportunity to take university courses while still in high school. These challenging courses allow students to preview college work, build confidence in their readiness for college, and earn college credits that provide both an academic and a financial head-start on a college degree and other post-secondary opportunities. UCONN ECE instructors are high school teachers certified as adjunct professors by the University of Connecticut.
Greenwich High School offers more than 100 clubs and activities.
91 percent of graduating students attend a two or four-year college or university.
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