Class Of 2020 perplexed by IB shift

Controversies among students of the Class of 2020 emerged as the new International Baccalaureate (IB) program finally began to see action. Being the last class that is undertaking the Advanced Placement (AP) program at Woodstock, many students felt as if their education was being disregarded by the school. On March 8, Mr. Ethan Van Drunen, […]

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Concert celebrates high scores

March 7 was a special Wednesday at Woodstock; throughout the day there were many guests visiting different parts of the campus. Chairs were lined up in the Media Center Auditorium and shiny trophies and certificates were laid out neatly on the stage. Students walking outside the Auditorium couldn’t help but glance at the golden trophies […]

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IB shift impacts current students

It’s almost been a year since Woodstock began the transition of its educational program from Advanced Placement (AP) to the well known, Middle Years Program (MYP) and IB Diploma Program (IBDP), something that felt a little bizarre to many students. This was because it was not the entire school which was shifting to IB. The […]

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School introduces new timetable

With just a couple of months left in the academic year, in the midst of all the quizzes and assignments, students are being introduced to a new time table which will be implemented in the coming academic year. The timetable follows a Week A – Week B schedule, offering no minor but all major courses […]

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Swishathon fans and players demand long weekend

Swishathon, first introduced in 2015 by former school presidents (of the Class of 2015), has been an absolute success in Woodstock and is one of the most watched sports events every year. However, because of the increasingly high workload and cramped schedule during Swishathon, many students found it irrational to not be treated with either […]

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CFI offers diverse new PASSAGEs

  In the spring of 2018, the Centre for Imagination (CFI) came up with six new PASSAGE activities ranging from design to law. These new PASSAGE activities have interested many students and has encouraged them to participate.  “Part of what we do at CFI is [to] try new things and see what works best for […]

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Community engagement gets selective

Students are often desensitized to this school. It’s easy to overlook the opportunities available at their fingertips. Community Engagement is one of the best ways to develop teamwork, determination, compassion and giving back to the community. This year, students were admitted to Community Engagement clubs via a selection process. Discussing the selection process, Mrs. Sanjaya […]

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