Senior Jenna Benedict competed last weekend at the Jamfest National Cheer Competition.
EVERY CHILD'S EDUCATION IS A UNIQUE JOURNEY.
At Woodward North, we provide the compass.
Students receive personalized instruction and encouragement.
Hard work and teamwork are at the heart of every great achievement.
The arts aren’t just an “extra”-curricular or an afterthought—they’re part of our heart and soul.
We serve the needs of today’s students.
We build character and skill sets our students need for the future.
On Friday, January 17, Lower School students gathered for the 29th Annual Jump Rope for Heart event.
Woodward North fourth-grader Tim W. plays with the Nashville Jr. Predators 08 AAA hockey team.
The Woodward Academy Debate Team has advanced to the Top 32 round of the 19th Annual International Public Policy Forum (IPPF).
Eighth-graders Julia Bender and Ariana Moyer will represent Woodward in the Georgia Capitol Art Exhibition.
Sophomore Gabriela Norwood raised funds for local children's shelter this winter.
Eighth-grader Rishabh Jain won the Middle School Geography Bee held January 9.
Sophomore Ashna Ghanate and senior Sam Wombough finished second at the Billy Tate Southern Bell Forum at Montgomery Bell Academy (MBA).
Eighth grade art students Evelyn Watkins and Michelle Zhang, along with their art teacher Mr. Paul Vogt, were selected to exhibit their digital photographs.
President Stuart Gulley has been selected by Atlanta magazine as one of Atlanta's most powerful leaders.
Eighth-grader Eleanor Rocha is playing in the Serenbe Playhouse production of Narnia.
Woodward North fifth-grader Sasha P. recently competed at the World Dance Council Amateur League Championships.
Kindergartner Trey E. recently participated in the First LEGO League Jr. Expo at Mt. Paran Christian School.
Eighth-grader Carter Caldwell represented the Clay Target team in the Middle School State Championship.
Four Primary School students performed in the Nutcracker last weekend with Giselle DiBlasi School of Ballet.
Senior Lexi Bortnick has been named one of Atlanta INtown Paper's 20 Under 20.
Seniors Nishita Ghanate and Sam Wombough were recently presented with the National Speech & Debate Association's Academic All American award.
Woodward Girl Scouts in Troop 10715 have completed a number of service projects throughout the year.
Junior Mia Carson will perform in Ballethnic Dance Company's production of Urban Nutcracker.
Freshman soccer player Trinity Knox was invited, with her club soccer team, to participate in the International Champions Cup (ICC) Futures Tournament.
Middle School Director of Dance Veronica Cato will perform the lead role of Mary in the upcoming production of Black Nativity at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre choreographed by Lower School Dance teacher Dawn Axam.
Eighth-grader Shristi Roy qualified for the USATF Region 4 Junior Olympics Cross Country Championships.
Senior Varsity football quarterback Mike Wright was awarded the Georgia High School Football (GHSF) Daily state "Player of the Week" award.
Eighth-grader Noah Song received national recognition at the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) Grand Ceremony.
Sophomore Yinka Adisa participated in the 2019 Coweta Fayette Music Teachers Association Fall Festival.
Seniors Anjiya Lakhani and Jacob Schroeder were selected to perform with the Macy's Great American Marching Band.
Sophomore Colby Harley recently traveled to Bulgaria to compete with Team USA in a Cadet Sabre tourney.
Five Woodward students participated in the South Metro Atlanta Music Teachers Association's (SMAMTA) annual Music Day event.
On November 7, Upper School students were inducted into the World Language Honor Societies.
Upper School students participated in the 7th Annual World Languages Poetry Recitation Competition.
Fifth-grader Gianluca S. was named the Woodward North National Geography Bee school champion.
Third-grader Dev S. recently earned his 1st degree Black Belt.
Third-grader Sarah M. and her stepfather, Shaun, have written an illustrated children's book.
Seventh-grader Avery Michael is once again performing in the Alliance Theatre’s annual production of A Christmas Carol.
Junior Gavin Bush recently came in 3rd place at the Georgia High School Students Chinese Culture Knowledge Contest.
Members of the Clay Target team recently traveled to the National Sporting Clays Association Championship event.
The Robert W. Woodruff Marching Band recently competed at the Hurricane Classic Marching Competition.
The Woodward Academy cheerleading teams performed at the Atlanta Falcons football game.
Brothers Graham R., fourth grade, and Ethan R., second grade recently partnered with Kids Boost.
More than 20 student delegates from the Upper School's Model United Nations group participated in the two-day annual Georgia Tech Model UN Conference.
The Theatre Department recently won Runner-Up in the GHSA One Act Competition.
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.
Woodward North Produces Valedictorians
Woodward North alumni have gone on to great success at our Main Campus, with six straight Woodward valedictorians having started at Woodward North.
Learn about their Success Beyond Woodward North
"Woodward prepared me very well for college, especially in terms of time management and writing. Living an hour away from Main Campus and playing baseball, I was forced to be organized and efficient to finish by homework and prepare for tests and quizzes. As a result, managing my time in college comes more easily to me. I had a love-hate relationship with writing at WA; however, all of that writing truly helped me, and I have had little trouble adjusting to writing college-style and -length papers." – Chip Cary
Valedictorian, Class of 2015
"Woodward North gave me a very strong foundation of basic principles and the small class size allowed me to form extremely close bonds with people who are still some of my closest friends. I found my transition to college a lot easier due to my experience at Woodward. Woodward prepared me for the difficulty of Vanderbilt's classes. I found that the workload was easily manageable with the skills that I had developed during AP classes at Woodward." – Harrison Paul
Valedictorian, Class of 2012
"Woodward always has placed a special significance on participation and leadership in cocurricular activities, as well as in giving back via peer mentorship. As I reflect on my experiences post-WA, I can see clearly how Woodward pushed me to think beyond just individual achievement, to explore the concept of a "well-rounded individual," and how that individual might then help grow a broader community." – Karen Sun
Valedictorian, Class of 2011
"I will always be grateful to Woodward and my teachers there for the love of learning that I developed from an early age. Whether I am in the classroom, a work environment, or traveling, I'm excited to learn something new and challenge myself to try new experiences. The combination of Woodward's culture of academic excellence with the high level of engagement with cocurricular activities has allowed me to balance my time in college and prioritize schoolwork while still being involved in clubs and campus organizations. " – Kelly Guest
Valedictorian, Class of 2013
"Woodward prepared me quite well for college. At Hopkins, I have been able to dive into advanced courses in subjects such as science and Spanish, and, because of the preparation I received at Woodward, I have not felt overwhelmed. I feel that Woodward's science laboratory experiments and writing classes are excellent preparation for college. I find that the English Department's focus on writing has paid off immensely for me." – Sathvik Namburar
Valedictorian, Class of 2014
"Woodward challenged me academically and helped me grow as a person. My time at Woodward helped prepare me for college life and difficult academics. I think the opportunities afforded to me by Woodward, like academics as well as cocurricular activities, allowed me to get into the University of Pennsylvania and prepared me to handle college." – Roshni Kailar
Valedictorian, Class of 2016