Welcome to Greenwich Education Group where students are empowered to reach their full potential for academic growth, enrichment and life-long learning. Since 2003, Greenwich Education Group has been providing clients with the personal attention and individualized instruction needed to achieve their goals. We provide services for families in Greenwich, Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Norwalk, Westport, Wilton and surrounding Fairfield County communities, as well as Bedford, Katonah, Pound Ridge, Scarsdale, Rye, White Plains and other towns in Westchester County, New York.
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News and Events
The Collaborative Center for Learning and Development Has A New Home
The Collaborative Center for Learning and Development ("TCC") is pleased to announce its expansion...
Poetry Contest 2014
POETRY CONTEST WINNERS:
FIRST PLACE: Jo DeWaal, Greenwich Academy freshman - Crescendo
SECOND PLACE: Jordyn Young, Greenwich Academy junior - What Could Be
Greenwich Education Group Appoints Director of College Consulting
Greenwich Education Group has appointed Christopher Grey as director of College Consulting. Grey will lead Greenwich Education....
Looking at Trends in Higher Education
Vicky Newman, the founder and executive director of the Greenwich Education Group and Co-Director of Day and Boarding School Advisory Services, has posted a letter to the editor about Trends in Higher...
Greenwich Education Groups Expands College Admissions and Counseling Services
Greenwich Education Group has announced the expansion of its college admissions and...
Spire, Pinnacle and Beacon students celebrate graduation
High school, eighth and fifth grade graduates were all celebrated at the Greenwich Education Group Schools’ graduation ceremony held June 6 at the Innis Arden Golf Club
Greenwich Ed Group Boarding School Fair raises $4,500...
Greenwich Education Group has tallied up the proceeds from its fifth annual Boarding School Fair...
Riccio wins Abilis’ award
Good citizens come in all shapes, sizes and ages. Abilis recently recognized Beacon School student and Greenwich resident Frank Riccio for his community service work
The Learning Curve Blog
Check out all our Blog Entries Present and Past! Missed some of our older blog postings? Looking to refer back to one you saw last week? Please see the list below for all of our Blog... Read More
“Art Is Long; Life Is Short”
Common Core curriculum, standardized testing, No Child Left Behind and the Achievement Gap are all intended to ensure that our children are being educated properly... Read More
Read, Write, Code: The New Basics
Laptops, tablets and smartphones are ubiquitous accessories to today’s students. Attempting to survive almost any level of school, from elementary to post-graduate, without access to technology... Read More
GEG College Essay Prompts
Dear College-Bound High School Seniors (andOther Interested Parties), Below you’ll find the 2014-2015 Common Application Essay Prompts... Read More
College Essay Challenge
Dear College-Bound High School Seniors (and Other Interested Parties), Let’s make a deal: I agree to give you up to 650 words (not a character more!) to... Read More
The Common Application
For most college-bound seniors, the application essay looms as a fearsome task. Almost all schools use the Common Application approach to...Read More
PSAT Not Just a Practice Test
In the middle of October, millions of high school sophomores and juniors across the country will take the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test... Read More
What are Executive Functions?
“Executive functions” is a term used by educators and psychologists to describe one’s capacity to meet challenges and accomplish goals... Read More
Trends in Higher Education
At a recent Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA) conference in Indianapolis, Jeff Selingo, contributing editor for The Chronicle of Higher Education, argued... Read More
Lessen The Stress This Summer
Because many of the common school-year stressors may be absent during the warmer months, the more relaxed summer season presents an excellent opportunity for... Read More
I just wanted to drop you a quick note on the wonderful day our daughter has had. She has been accepted to St. George’s, Westminster, Mercersburg, and Brooks School. We cannot thank you enough for all of your help and guidance.
Dear Vicky and Muffy, we are so appreciative of all your help and thrilled that our daughter got into four schools so far – Berkshire, St. George’s, Pomfret, and Suffield! How amazing that we started this process with a desperate call in December! THANK YOU BOTH SO MUCH!!
We are all very excited about the acceptance at GFA, and we know it would never have been possible without your help. We are in your debt! Thank you for helping prepare our son, helping us set and manage expectations, and for being such a strident advocate. Wow – this is a great day for our family! I look forward to thanking you in person.
Dear Vicky and Muffy, thank you for all your help with our son’s last minute application process to Masters. We are so happy that he was accepted and think it is the perfect school for him! We could not have made this happen without all of your help. With much gratitude.