Teagan Fritts '19 and rising senior Amelia Connor were selected to play for the South team in the GHSGCA North / South All-Star Cup.
Eight girls soccer players have been named to the 2019 All-Region Teams.
Seventh-grader Nour Youssef received an invitation from the USA Volleyball High Performance National Program to join their elite summer training program.
Fifth-grader Kingston W. won first place in the High Jump at the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association Track State Championship
Freshman baseball player Chandler Pollard attended a 14U Perfect Game Scouting Showcase earlier this month.
Sophomore Baleigh Bruster, a member and captain of the U.S. Under-17 Womens National Soccer Team, earned a 4-0 victory against regional rival Mexico.
Sophmore Morgan Ellison recently competed in the Georgia State Golf Association (GSGA) Junior Tour Spring Finale.
Senior soccer athlete Tej Munshi has been named 2019 DiVarsity 4A Player of the Year.
Junior Jenna Benedict's competitive all-star cheer team, Stingray UV, won first in national competition.
Woodward North sixth-grader Georgiano N. recently competed in the 2019 Spartan Kids Race.
Varsity cheerleader Jenna Benedict '20 has been named at 2018-19 Atlanta Region Winner by Positive Athlete Georgia.
Junior Nick Mair was selected to represent the Olympic Development Program (ODP) Region Team.
Senior Ayanna Habeel presented Holy Innocents student Haven Ward with the APIVEO Player of the Month Award.
Woodward North third-grader Ronak A. recently earned his black belt.
Third-grader Makhi G. was recently accepted to participate in the Atlanta United Regional Development School (RDS).
Students at Woodward North joined their peers from throughout metro-Atlanta, and across the country, this month in the Kids Heart Challenge.
The WA Dance Ensemble recently performed at the Brenau University High School Dance Festival.
ourth-grader Ryan F. competed as a Level 5 gymnast in the Brestyans Las Vegas Gymnastics Invitational.
Woodward Academy celebrated 15 National Letter of Intent signees at a special ceremony.
Lower School students gathered for the 28th Annual Jump Rope for Heart event and raised more than $14,000 to support the American Heart Association.