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  • “Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.” – John Dewey

  • One of the greatest strengths of The Woodstock Academy is its broad, comprehensive programmatic offerings. No matter where students are headed after high school, there are over 200 challenging and exciting learning opportunities at The Academy.

    Our graduation requirements encourage students to broadly explore our 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.

    With our block schedule, students have the opportunity to explore four different classes in-depth each semester. 

    There are four levels of instruction offered:

    • Standard
    • College Preparatory
    • Honors
    • Accelerated (includes Advanced Placement & Early College Experience)

    Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement (AP) courses as well as courses that offer college credit through the University of Connecticut or Eastern Connecticut State University. 

    Many students at The Academy supplement their coursework with offerings through our Virtual High School (VHS) program or Independent Study program. 

    Learning, knowledge, and creative expression is greatly valued at The Woodstock Academy. Our highly qualified, gifted, and dedicated faculty and staff are committed to preparing all learners to overcome challenges, to develop to their highest potential, and to be successful today and in the future.

    It is our hope that all graduates leave The Academy with a love of learning, and that all have found a passion that defines their purpose.

    Please explore our course offerings in depth by picking a specific department or exploring our Prospectus.


    Click below to read this year's Prospectus