- Admissions (red)
- Lower School, 2 (pink)
- Middle School, 3-6 (purple)
- Upper School, 7-14 (blue)
- General (orange)
- Athletics, 24-35 (green)
- Primary School, Pre-K to 3
7 - Jane Woodruff Hall: Upper School Administration & Counseling, L-J Lecture Hall, English, Religion, Social Studies, World Language
8 - Joseph H. Moss Hall: College Counseling, Harrison Lecture Hall, Math, Science
9 - Thalia N. Carlos Science Center
10 - Richardson Hall: Visual & Performing Arts, Ben F. Johnson III Theatre, Malizia Amphitheatre
11 - George C. Carlos Library
12 - The Center for Innovation:Global Connections Center, Learning Design & Innovation, Computer Science, West Commons
13 - Robert W. Woodruff Dining Hall
14 - Tyler H. Brown Student Center: Campus Store, Student Lounge, Snack Bar
15 - Michael C. Carlos Administration Building: Offices of the President & Sr. Vice President, Business Office, Human Resources
16 - Gresham Chapel:Chapel Activity Room
17 - Campus Store
18 - Brewster Hall:Transition Office, Summer Programs Office
19 - Rutland Hall
20 - Ann & Ben Johnson Center: Advancement & Alumni Offices
21 - McKay House: Marketing & Communications
22 - Parent Community Corner: Consignment Shop, Parent Lounge
23 - Facilities
24 - Graham Hixon Field at Colquitt Stadium
25 - Drucker Baseball Field
26 - Sutherland Family Softball Field
27 - Nathan T. Cole Diamond Complex
28 - Timothy J. Hamling Track & Field Complex
29 - Shailendra Tennis Complex
30 - Gymnasiums: Champions, Dobbs, Paget
31 - Kennedy Natatorium - Swim & Dive Pool
32 - Stadium Practice Field
33 - Math-Science Practice Field
34 - Parade Field
35 - Practice Gym
Note: Willingham Practice Fields are located north of campus between Adams and Myrtle Streets
The "Woodward neighborhood" is not what most people think of as a neighborhood, because it's not defined by where people live. Our neighborhood is made up of families from more than 20 counties and more than one hundred zip codes.
What does this mean for Woodward students? It means they learn to manage their time on the bus ride to campus each day, fine-tune their papers on MARTA, and perfect their math assignments in the car. It means learning to brave the unfamiliar, pursue a challenging goal, and chart a fulfilling life path. Not because it's easy but because it's worth it.
"It wasn't about convenience for us. It was about giving our son the opportunity of and for a lifetime. Seeing the person he's become today, we would do it all again."
Ways of getting to Woodward include our top safety rated bus system, used by approximately 600 students on 27 different routes; commuting or carpooling, which brings 1,450 students to our campuses daily; and the MARTA transit system, used by 300 students who take Woodward shuttles to and from the College Park station every day.
To make your visit as enjoyable and easy as possible, we have prepared this guide to help you navigate our campus, provide information for nearby hotels, restaurants, and shops, and give you a glimpse into some of the many exciting attractions Atlanta has to offer. Enjoy your stay!
- Connect to the Woodward WiFi Network.
- Open a browser and navigate to cp.woodward.edu (some devices may automatically open the page).
- Select "Guests & Visitors."
- Input either your email address or cell phone number to receive a verification code.
- Check your email or cell phone for the four letter code. Enter the code in the Verification Code box.
- You are now connected to Woodward's WiFi. Guest WiFi connections are valid for 90 days.
Note: When connecting on certain laptops, you may receive what appears to be a redirecting error; however, you should still be connected.