Getting Started: A guide to Applying to Woodward

We know that choosing a private school during this time can seem a little overwhelming. While there are many uncertainties ahead given the present state of the world, our Admissions Team remains committed to providing all the information you’ll need to learn more about the many paths available for your child at Woodward. We’re here to help. 

Our leadership team has worked diligently to create a re-entry strategy that prioritizes the healthy and safety of everyone in our community. Explore Woodward's Path Forward: Return to On-Campus Learning to learn more about the many health, safety, and other protocols the Academy has put in place to allow for a safe return to in-person learning. Additionally, we're offering an expanded remote learning option to suit the needs of families uncomfortable with a return to on-campus learning at this time.

Please feel free to reach out to our Admissions Office at 404.765.4001 or admissions@woodward.edu with any questions. We look forward to getting to know your family!

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Dive Deeper with Woodward Wisdom Events

Woodward Wisdom is a series of learning opportunities designed to inform parents about key aspects of applying to Woodward and some of the programming that helps Woodward students achieve success in college and life. 

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Primary School student interacting with Robotics and technology in a steam class.

 

Tuition &
Financial Aid

Tuition for 2020-2021 ranges from $19,050 (pre-K) to $29,950 (9-12 grades). Students in grades K-12 can apply for need-based financial aid; the majority of grants awarded amount to less than 50 percent tuition.

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Woodward Academy senior at Graduation

 

Future Success

Our graduates earn upwards of $15 million in scholarships every year, and 100 percent of them go to four-year colleges and universities. Check out our Academic Profile to learn more. 

"My son had a plethora of opportunities. If he wanted to explore art, to play an instrument, try robotics, or anything else, he could. Woodward was ready to help him pursue any dream he thought of."

-Middle School Parent