Third Graders Honor Veterans

Woodward's third grade class created a Wall of Honor to celebrate veterans, all part of the school's annual Veterans Day celebration, held Nov. 11.

History Teacher Launches New Book

Woodward history teacher Elizabeth Keohane-Burbridge is the co-author of a new book, Independent Scholars Meet the World, which shares the stories of academics who have pursued non-traditional career paths.

Sixth Graders Collect Kits For Refugees

In response to the novel, A Long Walk to Water, sixth grade students at Woodward North collected items to create hygiene kits for refugees and asylum seekers dropped off from the Stewart Detention Center at the Atlanta Airport. We talked to sixth grade teacher Alison Jones about the project and the impact it had on her students.

Woodward Celebrates Halloweek!

With a few of our traditions being adapted or cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic, we've created some new ones! This year, Woodward has celebrated Halloweek -- turning the entire week into a dress-up extravaganza...

Woodward Library Celebrates TeenTober

This month, the Carlos Library is celebrating TeenTober with a variety of exciting initiatives, including a book delivery system in the Upper School called UberReads. We talked to librarian Ann Haber about the broader TeenTober inititiatives, UberReads, and more...

Woodward's Model UN Adapts to Unique Challenges of the Pandemic

In a normal year, this week would mark first conference of the year for Woodward's Model UN, but that conference was postponed. In response, our student leadership team took it upon themselves to organize their own mock conference. We talked with junior and current club vice president Josette Chun about the experience...

Woodward to Host Drive-In for Students & Families

While the pandemic makes it harder to get the Woodward community together, that just means some creativity is needed to create opportunities for War Eagles to unite. In the coming weeks, Woodward will host a Saturday Night Drive-In movie series...