The Student News Site of Greenhills School




24+ year teachers take a moment to reflect
Nicole Zhong '24, Lifestyles Editor • May 2, 2024

Committing to anything for over 20 years is a powerful feat – let alone committing to a single institution. Chatting with teachers who have...

School to adopt new discipline guidelines, incorporating student input
School to adopt new discipline guidelines, incorporating student input
Anjan Singer '24, Editor in Chief • May 1, 2024

Student council has worked alongside Dean of Students Janelle Sterling over the past few months to create and implement new disciplinary guidelines...

Mind the gap
Mind the gap
Anika Bery '24, Lifestyles staff • May 1, 2024

Despite progress made in the educational realm, data from the academic enrollment office shows that in many Greenhills classrooms there is an...

AT THE READY Maddie Miller ‘24 featured in the center ready to charge out of the goal during a defensive corner. Kate Miller ‘26 flanking her older sister on the right side. “This was a super intense game,” said Maddie Miller. “However I remember it being extremely rewarding in the end, and all of our hard work really paid off.”
Goalie going for glory
Izzy Baru '25, School editor • May 2, 2024

Maddie Miller ‘24’s love for field hockey began with hating Rec-n-ed soccer. Miller began playing at the age of seven and worked her way...

Lockdown. Ben Formicola ‘24 prepares to block an on-goal shot against North Farmington earlier this year. “ I didn’t think we were gonna win”, said Formicola. “We were all kind of in shock.”
Down but not out
Teddy Staebler '25, School staff • May 1, 2024

As the 2022-2023 lacrosse season came to a close, the men’s team's future was uncertain. After an underperforming season, team members were...

Unseen service
Arya Prabhakar '26, School staff • May 2, 2024

Before the sun rises every day and you wake up for school, the facilities staff begin preparing the school for the day at 4:00 a.m. Alex Lozon...

SOCCER STAR Dayne Bartscht ‘04, pictured on the right, was a star player and captain of the soccer team at Greenhills. “He was the guy you wanted on your team and the player that other teams loved to hate,” Associate Director of Admissions and former athletic director Eric Gajar said. “He was chippy, and he didn’t take anything from other people.”
Brewing it up
Lauren Ye '26, School staff • May 1, 2024

  Since graduating high school, Dayne Bartscht ‘04 has had an experienced career in consulting, tech, and business. But 20 years after...