Greens Farms Academy wrestler Nico Provo will be wearing a slightly different hue of red, white and blue this summer. The sophomore out of Stratford, who wrestles for the Southside Wrestling Club out of Trumbull, earned himself spot on Team USA this weekend, qualifying for the 2019 Cadet Pan Am Games later this year.
All our teams are off to a winning start this season! See for yourself May 4, starting at 3:30 PM, when baseball, softball, boys lacrosse, and boys and girls tennis are all at home
Popular ESPN sports show host, best-selling author, and Greens Farms Academy trustee and parent, Mike Greenberg will be this year's commencement speaker.
Seniors Sean Hogan, Patrick Howard, Ethan Parker, and Willem Shuddeboom were selected as 2019 National Merit Scholarship finalists.
“Today's presentations celebrate our students' academic achievements … but they also highlight the character of these students and their sincere desire to confront the challenges we face and use the opportunities they have been given to make our world a better place.”
A good idea by a pair of Greens Farms Academy lacrosse players turned into a day full of memories for a group of younger players from New York City.The Dragons girls varsity lacrosse program played host to nearly three dozen young players from Bronx Lacrosse on Saturday, holding a clinic and pizza party for the city-based squad.
The GFA "A Team" finished undefeated with an 8–0 record and an amazing average margin of victory of more than 400 points. The A Team consisted of Willem Schuddeboom ('19), Oliver Diamond ('19), Win Courtemanche ('20), and Karsten Rynearson ('22). Rynearson was the tournament's top overall scorer.
This year more than 30 GFA students were named as national award-winners as part of the national 2019 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. The mission of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, is to “identify students with exceptional artistic and literary talent and present their remarkable work to the world,” according to the official website, and has been "supporting the future of creativity since 1923."