A Q&A with Zach Gardner '22, recently named one of Atlanta InTown's 20 Under 20, highlighting his dedication to community service.
Dr. Nigel A. Traylor has been named Woodward's new Vice President for Academic and Student Life. Dr. Traylor will begin in his official Woodward capacity on July 1, 2022, succeeding Ms. Marcia Prewitt Spiller, who is retiring.
On a post-pandemic trip to College Park to visit her family this fall, Tokyo resident and Woodward alum Anna Ehrensperger Aoyagi ’07 enrolled her daughter Abby in the Primary School as an international student in November. We caught up with Anna to ask about her Woodward memories and what it’s like to send her daughter to her alma mater.
In Erin Greenway’s Advanced Acting class this week, two Broadway performers coached students through a scene from “The Day the Internet Died,” a comedy about a town collectively freaking out when they lose access. It was just one class in a series taught by Visiting Artists Jared and Lindsay Bradshaw, who brought their Bradshaw Broadway Workshop to Woodward to work with Middle and Upper School students in choral and drama classes.
A Q&A with new faculty member Courtney Edwards, Science Teacher in the Lower School.
A Q&A with new faculty member Pat Cheney, English Teacher in the Upper School.
Ethan Faircloth ’22 defies categorization. He’s captain of the War Eagle varsity football team and a super talented computer science student. We talk to the multifaceted senior about what drives his diverse pursuits.
A Q&A with new faculty member Lauren VanCamp, English Teacher in the Middle School.
With the observance of Diwali next week we took the opportunity to query Rev. Katie O'Dunne (better known as Woodward's Chaplain K) about the importance of appreciating diversity in faith and how to foster that appreciation in students...and adults.
A Q&A with new faculty member Brande Jones, PhD, Science Teacher in the Upper School.
On October 14 the entirety of Woodward's Middle School took time out of their day to hold a Walk Against Hate.