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05 Mar Working at Woodstock – Darab Nagarwalla ’80

Have you ever considered that there are many ways to be a part of life at Woodstock, including giving us your time? Darab Nagarwalla '80 joined the staff at Woodstock because of his passion and dedication to the school and a want to give back to the community that had given so much....

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09 Feb Varun Kedia ’13 – Why is mentorship important?

Varun Kedia graduated in 2013, having spent 10 years at Woodstock. He went to the Cass Business School in London and graduated with a BSc in Business management. While at university he started and ran an event management business. How did Woodstock Shape who you are?  I think Woodstock shaped me to become a...

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24 Jan Alumni Spotlight – Duc Pham ’03

Duc Pham graduated from Woodstock in 2003, having spent five years at the school. He moved to Woodstock from Ho Chi Minh City, in the South of Vietnam. He is the co-founder of Freelensia, the world's first online interpreter reservation platform. What brought you here? The prestige of the school, a gateway to...

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06 Jan Nikhil Chouguley ’98 – The Gift of Mentorship

Nikhil spent grades 5 to 10 at Woodstock, but did not graduate from the school. He moved to Woodstock because his father was Head of Finance at the school. From warm memories of hosting boarders at home on weekends, to running Sunday School with his mother for children in surrounding...

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21 Dec Anne Lockwood Romasco: May 1933-November 2017

By Anne's nephew Lawrence MacDonald Anne Lockwood Romasco, who was born and raised in southern China during the tumultuous years before the Communist revolution, was active in the 1960s Civil Rights movement and served as the managing director of the James C. Penny Foundation, died in her home in Brooklyn on...

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15 Dec From words to works of art

Ms Dyson's Grade 12 English students are challenged to produce a creative response to a piece of modern literature.   This trimester, English 12 students read Pulitzer Prize winning author Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake and responded with a creative project. The novel explores issues of immigrant and multi-cultural identity formation, something many...

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11 Dec Christmas Chapel

On Sunday, 10th December, the Woodstock community gathered for the Christmas Chapel in the gym. Parents, students, teachers and employees were joined by a choir from the Woodstock Hindustani Church. Everyone enjoyed a traditional carol service which in reading and song told the story of the birth of Christ. The...

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29 Nov Alumni Spotlight – Anjuli Wagner ’05

Anjuli graduated in 2005, having spent her senior year at Woodstock. She went on to Tufts University and studied Peace & Justice studies and Community Health as an Undergraduate Degree. She then did her Masters in Public Health and PhD in Epidemiology (how to design and analyze human health research studies)...

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20 Nov The Get Down

Students take a leading role in this week's Fall performance in more ways than one. Senior Subho adapted The Get Down from the TV series of the same name exclusively for Woodstock, eleventh grader Khushi choreographed the dancing, and drama and dance teacher Mr Heera has been ably supported by assistant directors Egor and Idika. And...

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14 Nov Alumni Spotlight – Grishma Bista ’97

When Grishma finished tenth grade in Nepal and was waiting for her final results, family friends whose children were at Woodstock encouraged her parents to send her here. They had also visited the school once and had really liked what the school had to offer its students. Grishma graduated in...

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