Middle Years and Early Years celebrate Field Day

  Students, staff, and parents cheer as the young competitors run across the field with enthusiasm and excitement. Whether sitting in the stands or running through the field, most enjoyed this fun, entertaining event. On November 15, EY-MY (Early Years-Middle Years) Field Day took place in Hanson Field. Most students from ECP till 8th grade […]

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Sports stars aspire for national success

Woodstock is known for its diversity, and with all sorts of talent running around the corridors, it’s easy to ignore and forget the value of some special Woodstockers such as the national level sports stars.  These special students go to classes, walk around with earphones plugged in, and chill at Cozy Corner. However, they have […]

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Staff, students prepare for IB shift

In December 2016, Woodstock School made the decision to adopt the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (MYP)  and the IB Diploma Programme (DP). The IB Middle Years Programme was instituted for grades 6-8 in July 2017. The IB Diploma Programme will kick off in 2019 and the Class of 2021 will be the first class […]

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Battle of the sunset

The photos below are taken at the same time on Monday, Nov. 20, each by a different phone: One Plus 5, Samsung Galaxy, and iPhone, in no particular order. Vote for the one you think is best, and we’ll reveal which photo was taken by which phone next week.       Here are the […]

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All quiet on the free throw line

Roaring cheers from the crowd filled the Win Mumby gymnasium during the Win Mumby Tournament that spanned from Nov. 8-11. As students and staff cheered their hearts out for the home team, they all suddenly became quiet when players, from both Woodstock and outside Woodstock, shot their free-throws. For Tenzin Yugyel Norbu, Class of 2019, […]

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How should I fit in?

Vulnerability, defined by Google is “being exposed to the quality of being attacked or harmed, physically or emotionally.” It could be anything along the lines of being in a position which others could easily exercise their authority upon, or showcase emotions and feelings to be targeted at. Vulnerabilities are definitely a negative thing. In a […]

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A poetry night at the CFI

“Let’s cover our scented tampons in hairspray, light them on fire, and throw them at Maybelline’s headquarters.”- A line from Collapse the Economy recited by students.  November 2, 2017, dawn declared the beginning of some phenomenal poetry, deserts, and the gathering of a passionate group of people next to the bonfire, at the CFI. From teachers to […]

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Midlands Open House makes a comeback

After four years, the Woodstock tradition of having a dorm Open House finally made a comeback at Midlands. On Nov. 4, the dorm opened its doors to the entire school. Teachers and students from other dorms were able to have a look at how the girls from grade 10, 11, and 12 lived. For the […]

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