Our Interfaith Immersion trip this year took students on a journey between several different houses of worship, where they learned about some of the common messages of love, understanding, and compassion that bind us together...
Our upcoming issue of Woodward magazine is focused on all the amazing developments and destinations right here in “the Woodward Neighborhood” around Main Campus. Here’s a sneak peak of some of our most delectable findings!
This week, Woodward participated in My Mind Matters (M3) Week. M3 is Woodward's Mental Health Awareness initiative created to empower and educate students in an effort to "stop the stigma and start the conversation."
Our Week of Understanding is an annual opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to dive deeper into the differences that make our community and humanity great, but that also can provide a pretext for unnecessary division. Education about what makes us all different is an important step in the march toward acceptance and love, and this week is our concentrated attempt at pushing that educational journey along...
Hear from David-Aaron Roth '10, Upper School English Teacher and Service Learning Coordinator, about Woodward's new app for students, Helper Helper, and the ways in which this tech tool is helping to better connect our students with meaningful service learning experiences. Enjoy!
This year, to thank donors to The Woodward Fund, we reached out to our students to share a little bit about what they loved about Woodward, in their own words. Their responses were too good not to share with you all. Thank you for everything you do for the Academy!
Beyond the Gate: The Woodward Academy Blog is a gathering place for our community members to share all of the remarkable things happening at Woodward in the classroom and beyond. Our talented faculty and staff will share their ideas and philosophies as well as news about the programs and activities that make the Academy special. We’ll also hear from students, alumni, parents, and other members of the War Eagle family. We invite you to explore and share your comments!
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