Woodward North music teacher Romona Smith recently performed with The SeeiT Choir at the grand opening of Tyler Perry Studios.
Third-grader Brandon M. recently placed 2nd in the Metro Atlanta Youth Football League (MAYFL) Spelling Bee.
Sophomore Colby Harley recently traveled to Hungary to compete for Team USA in a World Cup fencing event.
Juniors Alex Zelcer, Maya Steele, and Ruby Hope led the Cancer Crusher team in the Winship Win the Fight 5K.
Seventh-grader Jack Doane was selected this year by Time for Kids (TFK) Magazine as a "Kid Reporter."
Middle School students selected for Atlanta Celebrates Photography Open Exhibition.
Six seniors represented Woodward at the 6th Annual Conversations Forum on Race and Gender.
Junior Clay Target student-athlete Robert Hicklin participated in two Skeet Tournaments over the summer.
Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Life Marcia Prewitt Spiller has been named a recipient of the 2019 SAIS Distinguished Service Award.
Five students were selected as winners in the Slow Exposures Youth Photography Exhibition.
Sixteen Upper School students recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
Woodward North second-grader Cameron P. competes in a number of area triathlons.
Three Upper School teachers were selected to teach for the Governor's Honors Program in their respective disciplines.
Mr. Aaron Hill Sr., Director of Student Activities for Woodward's Middle School, was selected to be a faculty member for the 2019 NAIS Student Diversity Leadership Conference
Woodward Academy Fall athletic teams have been in full swing for a month now and each of them figure to be contenders for region titles and state playoff berths.
Four Middle and Upper School students participated in the 8th Annual Atlanta Kids Triathlon.
Eighth-grader Shristi Roy performed with the Metropolitan Youth Symphony Orchestras (MYSO) of Atlanta at Carnegie Hall.
Sophomore Emma Cohen is one of 10 teenagers from across the country selected for the Jewish National Fund (JNF) Sababa Fellowship.
This summer, three Woodward students competed in the Junior Track Cycling Nationals held in Los Angeles.
Woodward North fifth-grader Sasha P. won first place at the 2019 Balkan Tour Zeus Open International Dancesport Competition.