Greenbrier believes in growing our students as a whole. Teaching our students math, science, social studies and language arts goes hand in hand with teaching our students the values of community, giving, being kind, and being curious about differences. Our classrooms are safe spaces for our students to explore what interests them within a subject and topic. We give back, here at Greenbrier, with annual events that involve the entire community. Our community runs through us, and we are proud to say that it feels like everyone knows one another. We facilitate connection among our families here. Our school is the hub of the community and that is invaluable to each student's experience. This page explores, in a transparent way, who we are at Greenbrier. Enjoy getting to know us and what we are about, and if you have any feedback, comments or questions, don't hesitate to contact us!


    Greenbrier is a great place to learn, and we are proud that our school's state report card reflects that. Click to view the r Teachers love teaching at Greenbrier, and that is why we believe they stay here. Retaining our teachers and staff helps to cr The District's Early Childhood Program is highly sought after by D25 parents with pre-k students. We are VERY PROUD to host that program at Greenbrier. This program is impactful. Click here to watch a video about Early Childhood.

    Each year, our school hosts the Greenbrier Read-a-Thon Day, where our students get lost in books all day. The Police & Fire Departments, Village Employees and Arlington Heights elected officials, and Buffalo Grove High School athletes all visit Greenbrier to read a book to our students. Along with reading all day, Greenbrier hosts a book drive that garners book donations from the community. Click to see more about Read-a-Thon Day!Jump Rope for Heart is very important to our community. It creates the space for our families to come together for a cause an We believe our school is more than the numbers that you will find here in the Illinois State Report Card. We are an experience and an environment that students and teachers collaborate in and grow in, together. We take our job personally and are proud of the results, both on paper, and in the growth of our students as human beings. Click here to view Greenbrier’s State Report Card.


    The community and school work together to put on events that expand a student's view on a number of teachings. Our PTA supports our students/teachers through events that enrich our lives. We Are GB - The center of our community

    “We are GB” is our guiding principle.  We have embraced the concept that Greenbrier School is the center of our community.   We build connections between the school and community through our family events including Reading & Game Night, STEAM night, Curriculum Night, and Parent Education. Our Parent Teacher Association shares our guiding principle and supports it through family and student activities including Gator Rock, Back to School Night, Buddy Breakfasts, Healthy Kid Gym Nights, Movie Nights, and fostering new family connections.



    Click to find out more. Local businesses host students and give them real world experience within their businesses.  Click for more: Our students engrain themselves in their community to give back with charitable campaigns and spirit. We give back to our community

    Greenbrier school is committed to giving back and connecting to the larger community. We encourage our students to build relationships within our local community.  Our World of Work program places 5th-grade students in Arlington Heights businesses for real-life work experiences. Our chorus performs at the Lutheran Home. We teach our students to give back through programs such as Jump Rope for Heart to benefit the American Heart Association, and book drives for Bernie’s Book Bank that provide books to Chicagoland students at-risk. We encourage our students to continue their involvement with us while attending Thomas Middle School and Buffalo Grove High School by offering various volunteer opportunities at our annual events.  


    A major goal of the District is to keep class sizes low. Lower class sizes allow for more frequent one-on-one instruction. Student growth

    We ensure student growth by focusing on the needs of the whole child by building on their strengths while providing support to meet their challenges. Our teachers use AHSD25 curriculum to meet each child where they are and push them forward in literacy and math.  We’ve developed social-emotional programs and activities to provide instruction to all our students, promoting an understanding of self and building positive relationships with each other.



    Greenbrier families flood the commons w/ displays and examples of their native culture, varying from Irish to Indian & more! Greenbrier has many native speakers at their school. These students are an asset to our school as through their languages. Proud and diverse learning environment

    Diversity is entwined in our school community as it reflects the diversity of our families living in the Greenbrier neighborhood.  We are proud of our students and families that share their heritage and customs through personalized learning projects, our annual multi-cultural fair, classroom discussions, and daily experiences. Our families speak 27 different languages and we are able to provide direct teaching support for students new to Greenbrier School as they learn the English language.



    Greenbrier hosts the District's Early Childhood program that educates 3-5 year olds who qualify. Click to watch a video, highlighting Early Childhood at Greenbrier. Start your learning here

    Greenbrier is fortunate to be the home of the District 25 Early Childhood Program. We enjoy being the starting point for students on their educational journey and to share our love of learning.  The Early Childhood Program is for children aged 3 through 5 years old including those with special education needs. We embrace the same philosophy of strong family relationships, community connections, and rigorous pre-academic curriculum that aligns with kindergarten curriculum. The youngest students of our district add a unique perspective and joy to Greenbrier School.

  • Principal: Donna Bingaman

    Assistant Principal/Early Childhood Coordinator: Ms. Diane Kaffka 

    2016-2017 K-5 Enrollment: 272
    2016-2017 Early Childhood Enrollment: 150
    School Mascot: Greenbrier Gator
    School Colors: Green & White
    School Hours:
    Kindergarten AM: 9:05am- 11:50am
    Kindergarten PM: 12:50pm- 3:35pm
    Early Childhood AM: 9:10am-11:40am
    Early Childhood PM: 12:50pm-3:20pm
    *Early Childhood is M-TH
    Grades 1-5: 9:05am- 3:35pm