Director of International & Global Connections Stephane Allagnon recently received his certification for the DELE.
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.
Thirteen Upper School students participated in the FLAG Annual Spoken Language Contest this spring.
Woodward North third-grader Tristan C. and his Atlanta Fire AA Mite Travel Hockey team ended their season by winning multiple championships around the southeast.
Sophomore Franky Panunzio was recently invited to join the southern regional Volleyball Association High Performance Championship tournament team.
Junior wrestler Matthew Singleton won the United World Wrestling (UWW) Junior National Greco-Roman title.
Senior Simon Yarmowich recently organized a book drive.
Sixth-grader Marissa J. helped her AAU volleyball team win first place in the SRVA Volleyball Tourney.
Eighth-grader Ayo Akintobi, and his Atlanta United Academy U14 Team, won the Inaugural Atlanta Unite Youth Cup.
Eighth-grader Pilot Bunch was cast in the recurring role of Colin on the new Nickelodeon series "Drama Club."
Woodward North kindergartener Matthew R. is one of the state winners in the GA River of Words contest for 2021.
Eighth-grader Sadie Westlund recently competed in the XCEL GOLD Regional Championship.
Fifteen students were selected to take the DELF (Diplôme d'Etude en Langue Française) exam.
Sophomore varsity volleyball player Francesca Panunzio and her club team—16-1 Rafa, Rio Volleyball Club—recently won first place in volleyball tourney.
Senior Avery Walker will attend the Oxford Tradition Summer Program at Cambridge University.
Senior Ava Shutze was recently presented with the 2021 Outstanding Senior in French Award from the American Association of Teachers of French (AATF).
Woodward North third-grader and her cheer team won a national championship.
Middle School debaters participated in a post-season debate tournament.
After a series of nominations, applications, interviews, and auditions, three Upper School students have been selected as finalists for the annual GHP.
Woodward Debate reached the "Final Four" of NDCA Nationals.
Fourth-graders Jack H. and Carter M. play on the “Team BoBell” elite 4th grade AAU basketball team.
Woodward North sixth-grader Bianca V. received superior ratings for her piano solo and duet.
Woodward's Varsity Girls Lacrosse team recently traveled to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) - Hughes Spalding Children's Hospital.
Woodward senior Sachi Reddy has been named the Academy's 2021 PAGE STAR Student.
Director of Film Studies Nicholas Widener '09 and his brother, Andrew '04, have co-authored their first book, Both Sides of the Old Road.
Senior Lorielle Georgetown has been selected as an NHS Scholarship recipient.
Sixth-grader Cecilia C. received a "Distinction" on her Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) exams in Level 4 Classical Ballet.
Sixth-grader Rhythm B. and seventh-grader Nikhil Patel each earned Outstanding Performer at the regional GMTA audition.
After competing in the Georgia State Gymnastics Meet, sixth-grader Ryan F. has earned the title of Level 7 State Champion in two events.
Junior Colby Harley has been selected to represent the United States at the 2021 Cadet & Junior World Fencing Championships.
Sixth-grader Tyson T. has been selected for the Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA) District 5 Middle School Honor Band.
Fifth-grader Zara L-H. competed in the Auburn Horse Show.
Eighth-grader Maelyn Alexander and her brother, seventh-grader Jaron, celebrated their b’nai mitzvah on March 13, 2021.
Seventh-grader Kingston Whitty was recently selected as Most Valuable Player for the Cobb County Junior Basketball Conference.
Sophomore Meila Ehnert recently passed The Hànyǔ Shuǐpíng Kǎoshì (HSK) Level 3 Chinese Proficiency Test.
Fourth-grader Jaxon W. won first in a recent Pinewood Derby event.
Fifth-grader Emma C. won first place at the 2021 North Georgia Skate Classic.
Sophomore Brookie Chaney holds the title of Miss Black Teen International Ambassador.
Fourth-grader George P. traveled to Cartersville, Georgia, earlier this week to continue the Elks Free Throw Shooting Contest.
The Upper School Model United Nations delegation recently represented China in the National High School Model United Nations Conference 2021.
The final Middle School debate tournament of the season, with Atlanta Urban Debate League, took place the weekend of March 13.
Fourth-grader Marisa H. and fifth-grader Raegan W., teammates on The College Park Tumbleweeds AAU Gymnastics team, competed in the Kupets Pink Invitational.
Woodward's debate teams of Sachi Reddy '21 and Ashna Ghanate '22 and Jack Hightower '22 and Ria Thakur '22 won the championship title at the recent Varsity State Debate Championship.
Middle Schoolers selected to exhibit works in Georgia Capitol Art Exhibition.
Fourth-grader AJ H. and his U10 Academy soccer team recently came in first place in the Rush Union Spring Cup soccer tournament.
Five Woodward students earn top rankings at local piano festivals and auditions.
Tim Hipp has been selected to present at the upcoming Georgia Tech STEAM Leadership conference.
Stephane Allagnon partners with the Université Francophonia, based in Nice, France, to provide training for French teachers from around the world.
The Debate team continues their winning streak with another two tournament wins this month.
Woodward North fifth-grader Olivia L. and her Twilight teammates recently earned a bid to compete at the Summit.
Fourth-grader Lee B. and his soccer team won the Ice Breaker Soccer Tournament.
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