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Greensboro Day School provides an unsurpassed education on a state-of-the-art campus. The below facts are a few things that have allowed us to become the unique community we are today.




Strategic Leadership Team

List of 12 members.

  • Photo of Tracie Catlett

    Mrs. Tracie Catlett 

    Greensboro Day School
    Head of School
  • Photo of Gail Bernstein

    Mrs. Gail Bernstein 

    Assistant to the Head of School,Board Administrator
  • Photo of Edward Billingslea

    Mr. Edward Billingslea 

    Greensboro Day School
    Upper School Director
  • Photo of Geoffrey Campbell

    Mr. Geoffrey Campbell 

    Greensboro Day School
    Interim Director of Advancement
  • Photo of Susan Davis

    Mrs. Susan Davis 

    Greensboro Day School
    Director of Communication and Marketing
  • Photo of Randy Doss

    Mr. Randy Doss 

    Greensboro Day School
    Director of Admission & Enrollment
  • Photo of Gillian Goodman

    Mrs. Gillian Goodman 

    Greensboro Day School
    Lower School Director
  • Photo of Pamela Hemphill

    Mrs. Pamela Hemphill 

    Greensboro Day School
    Chief Financial Officer
  • Dr. Ian Patrick 

  • Photo of Dana Smith

    Dr. Dana Smith 

    Greensboro Day School
    Middle School Director
  • Photo of Thomas Webb

    Mr. Thomas Webb 

    Greensboro Day School
    Associate Head of School for Operations
  • Photo of Peter Williams

    Mr. Peter Williams 

    Greensboro Day School
    Academic Dean, World Language Teacher
SCHOOL MISSION:
Greensboro Day School develops the intellectual, ethical, and interpersonal foundations students need to become constructive contributors to the world.

GUIDING PRINCIPLES:
We commit to provide our students:
  • challenging and inspiring academic programs that support students in achieving their potential in college and life
  • a socially and economically diverse community that honors and nurtures relationships among students, faculty, and community
  • exceptional extra-curricular opportunities that enrich the educational experience
  • global perspectives that cultivate respect for others and promote stewardship of the environment
EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY: 
Greensboro Day School’s educational philosophy is guided by evidence-based practices and cognitive research. Our vibrant learning community integrates the best of both progressive and traditional methodologies. We develop lifelong learners and inspire them to be their best intellectual, ethical and interpersonal selves. 

DIVERSITY STATEMENT:
We are dedicated to cultivating a principled community of learners that welcomes diversity, including: age, culture, gender, race, faith, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and ability.  

Greensboro Day School does not discriminate on the basis of disability in its programs, services or facilities, including in admissions, enrollment, and access to educational programs offered by the School in accordance with Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act.  

SCHOOL MOTTO:
Friendship, Scholarship, Sportsmanship

SCHOOL CORE VALUES:
Wisdom, Community, Respect

SCHOOL MASCOT:
“Prowler” the Bengal

SCHOOL COLORS:
Green & Gold

GRADES SERVED:
Age 2 through Grade 12

ENROLLMENT:
764

FACULTY/STUDENT RATIO:
1:8

EXTENDED DAY PROGRAM:
Before- and after-school hours are provided for all grades.

Facilities

  • 65 acres
  • 61 classrooms
  • Multiple computer labs
  • Nine science labs
  • Two libraries
  • 600-seat theatre
  • 250-seat studio theatre
  • Four music rooms
  • Dance room
  • Campus store
  • Photography dark room
  • Five art studios
  • Multiple playgrounds
  • Three gyms
  • Seven fields
  • 10 tennis courts
  • Cross country course
  • Track
  • Baseball field
Greensboro Day School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, disability (to the extent that reasonable accommodations are possible), sex, gender, gender identity or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, or any other programs administered by the school.
Greensboro Day School develops the intellectual, ethical, and interpersonal foundations students need to become constructive contributors to the world.