New students may apply for admission into any grade, depending on their qualifications and the availability of openings. The school welcomes applications from children from all over the greater metropolitan area. The current student body represents more than 36 different school districts in Nassau, Suffolk, and Queens counties.
Public School districts are required to provide busing for all students ages five and older residing within 15 miles of Green Vale. There are many transportation options available.
- Step 1: Attend an Open House
- Step 2: Schedule a tour and interview
- Step 3: Complete an application
- Step 4: Submit Release of Records form
- Step 5: Financial Aid availability
If possible, parents should attend an Open House (October 17, November 15, January 25, April 12) consisting of campus tours led by each division head, remarks by Head of School Jesse Dougherty, and a panel discussion with student ambassadors. You can RSVP for an Open House here.
Parents schedule an appointment with the Admissions Office to discuss educational and developmental goals for their child(ren) and to tour campus.
Students applying for Early Childhood (Pre-Nursery through Kindergarten) visit our Early Childhood Center classrooms for a short time and are assessed for school-readiness. Students applying to Grades 1 - 8 spend a full day at school; academic skill levels are assessed by a learning specialist at that time.
In addition to our online admissions application, we require a release of student records and confidential teacher recommendations from the child's current school.
1. Transcript of grades including the most current report card.
2. Results of standardized achievement and/or aptitude tests.
3. Teacher recommendations.
Once completed, printed materials can be faxed to 516-621-6257 or mailed to:
Alexis B. Morledge
Director of Admissions
The Green Vale School
250 Valentine's Lane
Old Brookville, NY 11545-2523
The Green Vale School admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, gender, and disability to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, gender, and disability in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs, except where gender is a bona fide qualification.