• By the time a Woodstock Academy student walks across the graduation stage, they will have explored a comprehensive curriculum by taking classes in English, mathematics, science, social studies, world language, fine arts, humanities, STEM, career and life skills, and health and physical education, along with numerous opportunities for electives.

    Over 240 course options for all levels of learners taught by qualified, dedicated faculty. Academy students are empowered to develop to their highest potential and to be successful today and in the future. 

    Real-world and hands-on

    Authentic and hands-on experiences are a valuable part of a Woodstock Academy education. Students in International Relations organizing a debate for electoral candidates, Italian students practicing language and experiencing culture in Italy, and Field Ecology students collecting samples from local waterways are just a few examples.

    Learning through making

    The Beatson Makerspace and Fabrication lab, stocked with equipment and supplies for building and creating, is a hub on campus for classes across the disciplines to learn through making. Intro to STEAM students can test principles of design, engineering, and physics while developing a weight-bearing tower out of newspapers and English literature students can create board games as a creative way to go beyond their analysis of literature.  

    Collaborative learning  

    Whether working together in the Randall Creative Learning space or in a group video call, collaborative learning is at the core of The Woodstock Academy experience. Students in the Multicultural Foods class students collaborate with German language students to bake traditional German dishes in the on-campus bakery. Fire Technology and Video Production students collaborate to film public service announcements using a green screen. 

    Explore the Prospectus, The Woodstock Academy's course catalog.

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