Recent grad and boys basketball team selected for top awards.
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.
Woodward North instructional aide Alison Jones participated in children's e-book competition.
Juniors Praval Kandimalla and Connor Rosenthal recognized for excellence in writing.
Woodward North sixth-grader recently won top awards in music competitions.
Sophomore Jackson Hightower ranked nationally in the 85th National French Contest.
After competing at the regional and state level, both of Woodward North's Odyssey of the Mind teams have qualified to participate in the Virtual World Finals
The Woodward North Brownie Troop #18220 recently put together care packages for deployed military personnel.
Sixteen Middle School students had artwork submitted to the High Museum’s Virtual Student Exhibition.
Senior William Gore was selected as a winner of the National Merit $2500 Scholarship.
Senior varsity cheerleader Jenna Benedict has been named a 2019-2020 Atlanta Region by Positive Athlete Georgia.
A number of Woodward students participated in the Georgia Music Teachers Association (GMTA) Auditions this year.
Woodward North fourth grader Ronak A. received a Superior rating at the National Federation of Music Clubs (NFMC) Festival.
Senior Elise Tong's scientific research has been accepted for publication in The Journal of Neuroscience.
Junior Victor Henriksson was named the Peachtree District Dean's List Finalist for GeorgiaFIRST Robotics.
Sixth-grader Kingston W. won first place in the 10-11 Division of the Basketball Hoop Shoot Competition.
Connie White, Director of Learning Design & Innovation has been recognized by the Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools (ATLIS) as a 2020 ATLIS Pillar Award winner.
Senior Walker Kessler has been named the Gatorade Georgia Boys Basketball Player of the Year.
Woodward's International Public Policy Forum (IPPF) Debate Team advanced to the Elite 8 round of competition.
Fourth-grader Emma C. placed first and second at the Outback Invitational Trampoline and Tumbling event on March 1. This is a sanctioned event for the United States Trampoline and Tumbling Association (USTA). Emma will be defending her state title in April.
Eighth-grader Ian Mednick received Outstanding Performer on February 22 at the South Metro Atlanta Music Teachers Association (SMAMTA) Local Auditions for his piano sonata...
Woodward Academy has once again been named No. 2 in the large workplace category of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Top Workplaces program.
Senior Jenna Benedict participated in Dyslexia Day February 25 at the Georgia State Capitol.
Sixth-grader Avi G. plays for the Atlanta Center Ice Peewee Travel hockey team.
Senior Nishita Ghanate has been named a 2020 PAGE STAR Student.
Woodward North’s Odyssey of the Mind teams competed at the North Georgia regional tournament February 22.
Seventh-grader Ben Soshnik recently organized a special reading project to prepare for his upcoming Bar Mitzvah.
Two Upper School students were selected to represent Woodward and the state of Georgia as Delegates at the Congress of Future Medical Leaders.
Sophomore Colby Harley competed in the USA Fencing Junior Olympics last weekend.
Third-grader George P. recently won first place for the state of Georgia in the Elks Hoop Shoot Free Throw Contest.
Senior Walker Kessler was named a 2020 McDonald's All American.
Seventh-grader Chandler Norwood to appear in Puma commercial.
Eighth-grader Andrew Hines III was recently named the Overall Wide Receiver of the Year.
Sophomores Jack Hightower and Elizabeth Li won the Second Year Debate State Championship last weekend.
Woodward North sixth-grader Kai Z. was invited to sing in the American Protégé International Vocal Competition at Carnegie Hall.
The Primary School Singers will perform the National Anthem at State Farm Arena on March 14.
Woodward Academy celebrated 22 National Letter of Intent signees.
The Upper School Visual Arts department presents an art exhibit held at Binders.
Students recently participated in the South Metro Atlanta Music Teachers Association's (SMAMTA) Sonata/Sonatina Piano Festival.
Middle School students selected from students across Georgia as winners in Scholastic Art Competition.
Woodward North sixth-grader Rania N. was recently published on TimeforKids.com.
Freshman Caitlin Johnson made her acting debut in A Fall from Grace.
Ninth-grader Kennedy Rogers performed in an ASO production last month.
Fifth-grader Jacob S. has been cast as Tom of Warwick in Atlanta Lyric Theater's production of Camelot.
Woodward North second-grader Tristan C. plays with the Atlanta Fire travel hockey team.
Senior Jenna Benedict competed last weekend at the Jamfest National Cheer Competition.
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.
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