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.