How to Apply to Greene Hill School

Greene Hill School uses Ravenna, an admissions website, for applications, supplementary materials and tour signups.

If you are ready to begin your application, please go directly to Ravenna to set up an account and locate Greene Hill School.

A more detailed explanation of the admissions process can be found below:


Visiting classrooms is the best way to see if GHS would be a great match for your family.  Tour dates for both Lower and Middle School can be found HERE.

To sign up for a tour, please make an account in Ravenna, the admissions platform used by many independent schools including Greene Hill.  Navigate to the Greene Hill School page and click on Upcoming Events.  It is not necessary to complete the application before scheduling a tour.


The application for admission to both Lower and Middle School is located on Ravenna, the admissions website used by many independent schools including Greene Hill. Locate “Greene Hill School” under New York Area schools to begin the process of applying.

Applications are due December 1, 2019.

If the $50 fee presents a hardship for your family, please contact for a waiver.


Student report cards / narrative reports must be submitted through Ravenna by December 1, 2019

Teacher recommendations must be submitted through Ravenna by January 10, 2020


Complete your financial assessment with FACTS Management if your are requesting placement on our sliding-scale by January 6, 2020


For children ages 3-6 (pre-k through 1st grade)

When the application has been submitted (not including the supplementary materials), a link to a signup for a child visit will become live (turn green).  Please sign up for a Saturday visit.  A child visit is required as part of the admissions process.

The admissions office will contact parents for an interview AFTER the child visit has taken place.

For children ages 7 -13 (2nd – 7th grade)

After the application and supporting documents have been uploaded to Ravenna, the admission office will contact families to arrange a half-day school visit and a one-on-one assessment.  After the student has visited the school, a link on Ravenna will become live (green) allowing parents to sign up for a parent interview.


Families are contacted about decisions in accordance with the Independent School Admission Association of Greater New York (ISAAGNY) guidelines for admissions.