The Campus

The Greenwood School campus is located in southeastern Vermont in the rural township of Putney.

Our campus overlooks the Connecticut River Valley and the mountains of nearby New Hampshire. The school owns 100 acres of rolling fields and woodland, including a three-acre pond, and is surrounded by several hundred acres of privately owned forest. Through the generosity of parents and friends, many new buildings and spaces have been constructed, including: a cottage-style dorm expansion, faculty residences, a dining hall, expanded woodshop and pottery studio, and a full-sized gymnasium — which includes a weight room, rock climbing wall and bouldering wall.

A new Innovation Center is currently under construction, which will include a modern science lab, expanded art and music spaces, a digital arts studio, and an advanced occupational therapy room.

Campus Facilities

Academic Center

  • Science lab
  • 7 academic classrooms
  • Art studio
  • Auditorium/Library
  • Speech/Language, Social Pragmatics, Counseling and Occupational Therapy rooms
  • Music studio and practice rooms

Classroom Cabins

  • 5 cabins providing 9 classroom spaces
  • 3 cabins for Yellow Barn visiting artists

Dining Hall

  • Kitchen
  • Dining room


  • 25 student rooms (doubles and one triple)
  • 4 dorm parent apartments
  • 3 common rooms
  • Nurse’s office and Infirmary


  • Basketball court
  • Climbing wall and Bouldering wall
  • Weight room


  • Student woodshop
  • Pottery studio
  • Outdoor bread oven
  • Metalworking forge

Outdoor Skate/Bike Park; BMX Dirt Track; Pump Track

9-Hole Disc Golf Course

Mountain Bike and Nature Trails

Winterized Woodland Lodge

3-Acre Pond with Beach and Floating Pier

Outdoor Playground and Basketball Hoop

Athletic Field

Admissions and Administration Building

Faculty Housing