Greenfield at a Glance

 

 

SCHOOL PROFILE 2018-2019


 3351 NC Hwy 42 W
Wilson, NC 27893-7772
252-237-8046
Fax 252-237-1825

 

Head of School...................................... Beth Peters
Asst. Head of School................... Chance Reynolds
Guidance Counselor.......................... Sarah Bradley


 

SCHOOL

Greenfield School is an independent, nonsectarian, co-educational college preparatory school in Wilson, North Carolina founded in 1969. The school is fully accredited by AdvancEd and maintains a preschool through twelfth grade program. The enrollment for 2018-2019 is 340 students.

 

FACULTY

Greenfield School has 37 full-time faculty, and 8 part-time faculty, including 10 with master’s degrees, 2 with a doctoral degree and 1 with National Board Certification. There is an average ratio of 1 faculty member for every 7 students. 


UPPER SCHOOL CURRICULUM 

English
Students benefit from an integrated writing, reading, and critical thinking approach, with specialized study in vocabulary and grammar. The curriculum includes Introduction to Literature and Composition, British Literature, American Literature, and World Literature.

Mathematics
Algebra Concepts, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Advanced Functions and Modeling, Pre-calculus, Trigonometry, WCC Precalculus and WCC Calculus

Social Studies
World History I, World History II, United States History, and Government/Economics, American Politics

Science
Biology I, Chemistry I, Physics, Anatomy/Physiology/Ecology, Botany/Physiology/Ecology

Computer Science
Robotics, Digital Design 

Foreign Language
    Spanish I-IV

Physical Education
Physical Education I, Health  

Fine Arts
      Art, Chorus, Film Appreciation, Digital Design

Electives
      Creative Writing, College Awareness, College Preparation, Yearbook, and Language Enrichment, Foundations of Leadership, History of 20th Century Sports

On-site Advanced Placement Courses
      English Language, English Literature, United States History, World History, Psychology, Biology, and Environmental Science

Online Courses
      Greenfield students have the opportunity to choose from 140 online courses, including fourteen additional A.P. courses, offered through the NC Association of Independent Schools Virtual Education Consortium. Starting in the 2014-15 school year, students also have the opportunity to enroll in Wilson Community College courses through a dual enrollment program for high school students.


COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION SCORES

Mid 50% range total – 1060-1260 (1600 Scale)
Average Composite ACT Score – 21.8

CLASS RANK

Students at Greenfield School are not ranked. All students participate in a rigorous college preparatory curriculum and 100% of our graduates have been accepted into a college or university.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

Greenfield School offers numerous team sports, many extracurricular activities, and required community service for all students in grades 9-12. 

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Minimum requirements for graduation are twenty-four units including the following:

English - 4 units

Mathematics - 4 units

Social Studies (includes World History I and II, US History, and Govt/Econ) - 4 units

Science (through Chemistry) - 3 units

Foreign Language (in the same modern language) - 2 units

Health and Physical Education - 1 unit

Fine Arts - 1 unit

Additional units from among English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language, or Computer Science courses - 2 units

General Electives - 3 units.

 

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