• Meet eight Centaurs who took full advantage of the opportunities and community at The Woodstock Academy to launch into exciting future studies, careers, and pursuits.  

  • Danielle '24

    Since starting grade nine at WA, Danielle has evolved her abilities to explore outside of her comfort zone and form connections with a variety of other students. As a member of the Multicultural Club, PAVE, and Arts Outreach, she is committed to contributing to The Academy’s mission of shaping a diverse and inclusive environment for all students.

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  • Jordyn '20

    "The art department has allowed me to grow as an artist and the school has prepared me for a creative future outside WA." The Woodstock Academy’s 2020 artist of the year spent years honing his craft, assisting in art classrooms, and curating student shows in The Gallery in the Loos Center for the Arts.

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  • Julia '20

    Julia built her confidence and public speaking as a delegate on The Woodstock Academy’s nationally ranked Model United Nations team. Classes in International Relations and Human Rights helped expand her understanding of social issues in the world, and then she got to work locally serving as the student coordinator for a program addressing food insecurity.

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  • Keenan '22

    Keenan’s optimism and commitment to high achievement allowed him to challenge himself in the classroom and on the track. His approachable nature and kind charisma partnered with his strong work ethic helped him earn an opportunity to compete at the DI collegiate level for track and field while he studies engineering.

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  • Mia '22

    As an active member of the girl’s ice hockey and golf teams, Mia honed her leadership skills through sports and carried them with her everywhere she went. Although a Centaur for only two years, Mia’s lead-by-example nature and positive attitude have made a lasting impact on her peers, faculty and staff, and the ResLife community.

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  • Ricardo '22

    His curiosity to explore and commitment to soccer inspired Ricardo to pursue a new experience as a student-athlete at The Woodstock Academy. Although his senior year was his first year attending WA, he fully embraced his journey on and off the field, from academics to building lifelong friendships.

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  • Taewoo '22

    During his four years at WA, Taewoo discovered his love for science while exploring anatomy and physiology courses. He dove deeper into his passion and joined the Medical Club to share his knowledge and create relationships with other students who shared his passion.

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  • Zoe '22

    With a goal to leave a positive legacy with honesty and motivation, Zoe left her mark on the WA community through involvement in a variety of clubs, honor societies, volunteering, and more. If there was ever an opportunity to get involved, Zoe would be the first in line. “I have grown more than I could ever anticipate at The Academy.”

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