Experience the Arts Day returned in 2021, with Woodward students sharing their artistic talents with the community on a sunny April day.
Starting in late 2021 and continuing into 2022, Woodward will begin hosting new international trips for students with destinations including Japan, Costa Rica, and France.
Alumna Dawn Sasine '94 organized a COVID-19 vaccination clinic for Woodward faculty and staff, helping to keep our community safe amid the pandemic.
In 1971, two girls, one Black and one Jewish, both were treated as outcasts. That moment started a friendship that has lasted for 50 years.
The past year has caused trauma for most people, including among the Woodward community. Chaplain Katie O'Dunne offers advice on how to look for and respond to grief, particularly in students.
Woodward senior Dylan Jordan became the face of Dear Justyce after meeting its author, Nic Stone, who is a Woodward parent.
Blind mountain climber Erik Weihenmayer will speak with students during Week of Understanding thanks to the generosity
Woodward alum Collin Richardson is excelling at Harvard and reflecting on his Gullah Geechee heritage for Black History Month.
Primary School music teacher Ann Edmondson has been teaching children to perform songs with sign language as a way to maintain physical distancing.
You can direct your state tax dollars to Woodward students for need-based financial aid. It's quick and easy to apply to direct tax dollars to the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program and comes at no cost to you.
On Signing Day, 20 Woodward Academy athletes signed their letters of intent to accept sports scholarships at colleges across the country.