• Meet eight class of 2020 Centaurs who took full advantage of the opportunities and community at The Woodstock Academy to launch into exciting future studies, careers, and pursuits.  

  • Jingyi

    Her relentless optimism and commitment to progress allowed Jingyi to challenge herself as a musician, teammate, and student leader. Her example and approachable nature inspired other students work towards enhancing The Woodstock Academy experience for all students.

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  • Tristan

    Tristan led by example to make a positive impact on the WA community as a dedicated runner, diligent student, and active participant in Academy life.

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  • Alyssa

    As a skilled communicator and problem-solver, Alyssa helped her peers develop their writing skills. She used her own writing and speaking to empower classmates to be informed and active in their community.

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  • Jordyn

    "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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  • Emma

    Throughout her four years at The Woodstock Academy Emma exemplified the tenacity required to achieve as both a scholar and an athlete. With this same grit Emma poured her energy into growing as a leader and serving athletes of all abilities.

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  • Nahshon

    Ambitious on the court, creative in the ceramics studio, and perceptive in the classroom are just a few ways to describe Nahshon. His hard work paid off and he had his choice of Division I and II basketball programs after his postgraduate year at The Woodstock Academy.

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  • Julia

    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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  • Luis

    Though he had never played football before his freshman year, Luis quickly excelled as a student-athlete. He rounded out his WA experience as a member of the student environmental club, acting in a school theater production, and accepting challenge of AP classes.

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