"Our mission is to develop respectful, responsible, and productive citizens. We will be proactive and diligent to create a positive learning environment for all.”
Greenwood High School is located in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Opening in the fall of 1990, Greenwood became the third high school in the Warren County School District. Approximately 1,185 students currently attend Greenwood. The school consists of grades 9-12 and operates on a 6-period hybrid schedule. The Site-Based Decision Making Council meets monthly.
Greenwood High School has achieved a reputation as being a leader in Kentucky education due its student academic successes, faculty and staff recognitions, restructuring efforts, innovative projects, curriculum development and re-alignment, and visionary leadership. This success has been achieved through the efforts of the principal, support staff, teachers, parents, business partnerships, and community involvement. Greenwood has been recognized as a Model School by the International Center for Leadership in Education (click here for report). Safety is a Number One priority at Greenwood.
Due to increased growth in the Greenwood High School district, the fourth high school, South Warren High School, opened in the fall of 2010 to alleviate overcrowding. After re-districting, students from Greenwood and Warren Central were assigned to attend South Warren.