About Greengate

In March 2018, it was announced that Greengate would be merging with Randolph School, effective for the school year 2018-19. The new Greengate Division at Randolph School will continue to offer the same outstanding services to students with dyslexia, while expanding the opportunities of those students as part of a larger school community. 

We welcome you to explore this merger and the Randolph community by visiting www.randolphschool.net/academics/greengate/

 

Since 2002 Greengate has educated and supported bright children with learning differences in reading, spelling or writing.  As we have grown, Greengate's role has expanded, becoming a dyslexia resource for the community, training teachers, parents and growing community awareness of the issues surrounding those with these learning differences.

Our Mission is to educate and support students with dyslexia and related language-based learning differences by offering a challenging curriculum in an environment responsive to individual needs.

To be the premier resource to the region for information, diagnosis, and education in the field of dyslexia.

  • We believe that every student is entitled to be treated with respect.
  • We believe in the ability of our students to recognize, understand, and compensate for their own personal learning difficulties.
  • We believe dyslexic students need special techniques and resources such as the Orton­ Gillingham approach, small overall teacher to student ratio, and direct instruction in social and study skills to improve their performance.
  • We believe parents are active participants in the education of our students.
  • We believe our students need to be actively engaged in the learning process.
  • We believe in providing students with a variety of academic and social opportunities for them to learn and be successful.
  • We believe that students always learn best when our staff maintains high expectations for learning.
  • We believe each student needs personal and academic goals in order to become productive citizens.
  • We believe our school's leadership engages in practices that support the improvement of teaching and student performance.