Greenfield High School

GHS school


21 Barr Avenue

Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301


Fax: 413-774-6204


7:45 AM - 2:10 PM

7:45 AM - 11:15 AM (Early Release)


"Video from the Principal commemorating a Year of Remote Learning"




GHS May 2021 Newsletter


Wave TV


Green Wave Gravy


Staff After School Days


Upward Bound

Upward Bound program at GHS is recruiting students in 9th, 10th, and 11th grade. For those of you who are not familiar with us, we are a federally funded and free college preparation program. We support students who intend to go to college and who are part of the first generation in their families to attend college and/or are low income students. We offer tutoring, academic advising, and college trips during the school year. In the summer, we hold a free 6-week academy in which students live on a college-like campus, take classes, participate in recreational activities, and go on trips. At this point, all of our services will be provided remotely through the end of the summer and will hopefully resume in person in the fall.

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Upward Bound student application


GHS School Song


GHS Open House Staff Videos


Welcome Back From Ms. Patenaude


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Greenfield High School 2019-2020  Athletic Registration

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Inclement Weather

In the event of inclement weather, Greenfield Public Schools will use the following communication methods to provide up to date information regarding cancellations / delays:

 School Messenger

Every family registered with Greenfield Public Schools will receive an automated telephone call (via School-Messenger) with information regarding closings, delays, early dismissals, or other urgent weather and safety-related information.

Please make sure your phone number is up to date at your child’s school.

Local News Media (Television & Radio)

The school department updates Local Radio (WHAI 98.3 and 1240 AM and WHYN 560) and television stations (News 40, 22 News, Western Mass News, and NECN).  They will be up to date with notifications about school delays and cancellations. Information can also be checked via their websites: and and

School District Webpage:

The District now provides updated emergency information on their webpage:

Social Media

Real-time information regarding Cancellations, delays, and/or early releases is available on Twitter by following @Super_GPS. If you do not have a Twitter account, you can still view the updates by clicking here:


There is no AM Pre-School on days that there is a delay in Greenfield Public Schools. 

1-HR DELAY: School will start 1 hour after the regularly scheduled start time. Students may be dropped off after 8:00 AM at Greenfield High School. For bus routes, please add 1 hr to your regular pick up time.  Please note, inclement weather may cause slight delays in bus schedules.

2-HR DELAY: School will start 2 hours after the regularly scheduled start time. Students may be dropped off after 9:00 AM at Greenfield High School.  For bus routes, please add 2 hrs to your regular pick-up time. Please note, inclement weather may cause slight delays in bus schedules.

School Lunch/Breakfast During Delays

On days that school is delayed, a grab and go breakfast will be served. School lunch on these days will be ravioli or sun butter and jelly sandwich. 



Greenfield High School Hours

7:45 AM - 2:10 PM

7:45 AM - 11:15 AM (Early Release)

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