Woodstock Visitor’s Guide
Updated by the Alumni & Development Office Spring 2017.
We look forward to welcoming you back to Woodstock! Whether you are alumni, former staff, former parents, or connected to Woodstock some other way, you are always welcome. We hope that you find your time here stimulating and rewarding. All visitors are asked to observe some basic guidelines while on the Woodstock campus so that we at Woodstock can fully extend our hospitality to you and other visitors, while also maintaining the normal routines of school life.
Alumni Office Phone Number +91 (0135) 661-5163 or 661-5161
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
What to Expect When You Come to Campus
As in many places, security has become more of an issue for our campus in the last few years. The front and back entrances to the main campus have guard posts. Private vehicles cannot enter the school grounds. There is parking below the gate on the road and in the area below the road. All visitors must check in at the main gate. Visitors are not allowed to walk around on the campus unaccompanied, so you will be escorted to the Alumni Office. Campus visits need to be scheduled in advance.
Campus Tours and Visiting Guidelines
If you are visiting while school is in session, please complete the campus visit form. We can arrange for a guided tour, or make the necessary arrangements for any places that you would like to visit on campus, or people you would like to see. Alumni and other visitors are not allowed to wander around the school buildings or campus without permission and need to be accompanied by a staff member at all times. If you would like to visit any of your former teachers, colleagues or staff members, please let us know in your campus visit tour form so we can make those arrangements where possible. Visits cannot be made to visit faculty in classrooms that may be in session without prior scheduling.
Souvenir Store and Publications Library
The Alumni and Development Office has a souvenir store where visitors can purchase Woodstock-related items. This is cash only. The office also houses a complete collection of old Whispering Pine Yearbooks and Quadrangles, as well as the Joy Rugh Collection of alumni authored texts that you might enjoy looking through.
If you are an author and would like to submit your published book please contact the alumni office.
School Academic Calendar Information
The school academic year runs from mid July to mid December and early February to early June. If your visit occurs when school is not in session, or on a weekend, office facilities may be severely limited. Be sure to contact us well in advance for arrangements. Visitors may not be granted access if a visit has not been scheduled, or school is not in session.
Helpful Tips for Traveling, Visiting, and More
In order to assist you with planning your visit, the Alumni & Development office is pleased to provide a list of tips, suggestions and contacts that may be helpful. This list is provided as a service to alumni and does not constitute an endorsement or guarantee of the business providers listed. The list is not exhaustive; there are many options beyond the ones included here. The list should serve as a starting point when you begin considering and planning your trip or visit. While we are not a travel agent, we want to be as helpful as possible, and will do our best to answer your questions and provide suggestions or feedback were possible.