The Greenburgh Central 7 is located at 475 West Hartsdale Ave., Hartsdale, NY 10530 in Westchester County.
Greenburgh Central 7 encompasses the unincorporated portion of the Town of Greenburgh and is composed of Hartsdale, a portion of White Plains, and several streets in Elmsford
with a total area of 8 square miles and with a population of approximately 20,000 residents. The Greenburgh Central 7 main campus is built on the former Felix Warburg family estate known as "Woodlands". The Mansion along with 150 acres of land were deeded to the school district in 1958 by Frieda Schiff Warburg. The original Mansion is used as the district's Administration building.
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Greenburgh Central 7 is comprised of the following schools:
Early Childhood Program Pre-K Hartsdale (914) 949-2745
Lee F. Jackson Elementary School (Grades K-1) White Plains & Hartsdale (914) 948-2992
Highview Elementary School Hartsdale (914) 946-6946
R. J. Bailey Elementary School White Plains (914) 948-8107
Woodlands Middle/High School Hartsdale (914) 761-6052
Statement of Philosophy
Greenburgh Central School District No. 7 is a school district with a diverse student body. The diverse social, economic, and cultural heritages of our students are an asset which enrich the school life of the students and prepare them for the society in which they will live. We have a responsibility to maintain a diversity of staff and to provide for the interaction of our children in order to develop a healthy, stable, and democratic community.
This demands a humanistic approach that must consider the similarities and the differences of all peoples. Top priority must also be given to preparing students for a useful career and an enriched cultural life. Since society, in all its aspects, is ever-changing, the curriculum should reflect these changes. Students and instructional staff are encouraged to be participants in the process of change as it affects our curriculum. We also believe that the responsibility for preparing our youth for this ever-changing society must be shared with the home and other institutions in the community. The school must maintain effective communications with all socializing agencies, since our common concerns are: an intelligent, realistic preparation for the future, an atmosphere conducive to learning, and a curriculum suited to individual needs.