Greengate has merged with Randoph School

A letter to the community by Jay Rainey, Brian Pollock, and Marshall Schreeder of Randolph School:

We are pleased to share that on the evening of March 14, the boards of Randolph and Greengate schools voted  in support of a merger of our two institutions, effective for the 2018-2019 school year.

Since 2002, Greengate has educated children with dyslexia and related language-learning differences and has become an invaluable resource for students in our region. Greengate is one of only 14 schools in the country accredited by the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators.

Greengate will become a division of Randolph and will be located in existing facilities on the Drake Avenue campus. The Greengate School at Randolph will serve children in grades 1-8 and will provide dyslexic students a specialized program of instruction that meets their individual learning needs while also offering them a full complement of co-curricular and extra-curricular school experiences. As our administrators and trustees have studied similar programs for students with dyslexia operating within traditional independent schools across the country, we have become convinced that the opportunity to enhance the education of all Randolph students is substantial.

With a common commitment to student-centered learning and research-based instruction for all students, Greengate and Randolph as a combined entity will expand educational opportunities for current and future generations of children in our region. We are thrilled to join our efforts, and we are excited for the future of an enhanced and expanded Randolph School.

In the weeks and months to come, we look forward to sharing more information about the Greengate division, as well as resources for helping children with dyslexia. The School will host an Open house ribbon-cutting in August 2018, to which the public will be invited. If you are interested in admissions to Randolph or the Greengate division of Randolph, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The School is holding a K-8 Open House on April 12.

A media release about the merger can be found here. All media inquiries should be directed to Randolph's This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Decade Old Greengate School Prominent Dyslexia Resource in Huntsville

November 21, 2012

Recently, Huntsville Times Reporter Crystal Bonvillian, and photographer Eric Schultz, visited Greengate School to interview Mrs. Trudy Odle, Head of Greengate School, and Ms. Leslie Bruton, Community Relations Director, about Greengate's 10th year of operation and the many reasons Greengate is so important to the Huntsville community. The article was posted online, along with some great pictures of greengate students. We encourage you to read the articlearticle and view the photosphotos!

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Greengate School on Rocket City Mom

Greengate School featured on Rocketcitymom.com as September's "Education Spotlight"

Each month, Rocket City Mom picks one school to feature in the "Education Spotlight" section of her website. This month (September), Greengate School is being featured! The article contains a lot of informative information about what makes Greengate so important to our students and our community. If you have questions about why a child should come to Greengate, this article can probably answer many of those questions. We're so thrilled to be selected and cannot thank Rocket City Mom enough for featuring us! To read the article, click hereclick here!

Swing into Spring with Greengate School

Check out this article in The Huntsville Times about Greengate School's upcoming 3rd Annual Springing and Swinging Gala. Click here for this Huntsville Times article

citylife-pre-gala-web-optimizedKathi Tew, Fundraising Director, Trudy Odle, Head of School, and Leslie Bruton, Community Relations Director, display some of the items that will be up for grabs at the live auction at Greengate School's 3rd Annual Springing and Swinging Gala.