Policies give students more opportunities to hike

A new policy has recently been introduced to give students more freedom and more opportunities to hike at Woodstock. This policy has given students the freedom to hike without a faculty member on campus and will hopefully increase the number of hikers at Woodstock. Nevertheless, this policy can only be implemented after Woodstock sees if […]

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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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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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Poetry gets competitive​

Poetry Out Loud is a program that inspires students to learn about poetry through recitation. In the U.S, Poetry Out Loud has spread to over 10,000 schools in each state (Poetry Out Loud). Many students have enjoyed this event and have built vital skills from it. Poetry Out Loud helped them build their self-confidence and […]

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Girls badminton meets competition

  The senior girls team struggled to seize control as they placed third in their division at the recent badminton tournament held in the gym. Many players struggled against Wynberg Allen in particular, Woodstock’s major rival. “I think Wynberg is the most nerve-wracking opponent,” said Chhani Bungsut, Class of 2018. Wynberg was one of the top […]

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Badminton boys put up a fight

On August 18, the senior boys badminton team placed third in their division at the tournament, in a pool of six schools. “Quite a few kids won their games, but then as a team, we didn’t do too well,” said Mr. Ajay Mark, Head of the Sports Department and badminton team coach. The winning teams […]

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