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25 Oct Going Back to Our Roots

Woodstock’s partnership with the Institute of Education at the University of London sees us return to our founding vision as a school and teaching training college.  More importantly, this initiative creates a significant link with one of the world’s leading educational institutes – enabling us to offer Master’s degrees in...

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22 Oct Adventures, Art, and Advocacy

Jon Warren '73, World Vision Director of Photography, Reflects on His Adventures, Art, and Advocacy featured on the Seattle Pacific University Website. [caption id="attachment_5383" align="alignright" width="300"] Jon Warren has been the photo director for World Vision since 2004. He freelanced for the organization several years before that, as well.[/caption] Jon is the uncle...

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21 Oct Enrichment: Theatre Arts

Students and staff have been hard at work on the fall play Our Town which begins performances in just over a week! Read more about the history of the play at Woodstock's Drama Blog: http://wsdrama.wordpress.com/...

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21 Oct Enrichment: Outdoor Education

Following the success of another Activity Week here at Woodstock where all students took learning outside the classroom, take a look at a UK program that proves: "getting children out of the classroom raises 'standards, motivation, personal development and behaviour.'" What is the best way to knacker a child's education? "What is the...

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18 Oct Happy Worldwide Woodstock Day!- VIDEOS

Woodstock is an amazing life experience one doesn't quickly forget. It's exciting that every year hundreds of people all over the globe gather together to remember their time here. Please do share your experiences and photos from your event or time here. This Sunday, 19th October, we will be celebrating Worldwide Woodstock...

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11 Oct New Video for Woodstock School

Woodstock School: Education for a World of Difference from Mussoorie Writers on Vimeo.   As you prepare for a gathering of Woodstock alumni and friends in North America on World Wide Woodstock Day on Saturday, Oct. 19th, or at any other time,  I hope you will share this recent Woodstock video.   It...

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27 Sep The Road Home- What Does it Mean to be a Third Culture Kid?

The Road Home is an academy nominated short film by alumnus Rahul Gandotra '94' which tackles the question: “Where are you from?” After being entered in various film festivals, it is now available to watch online for free. [caption id="attachment_4761" align="alignright" width="202"] The Road Home[/caption] “Where are you from?” As a school and...

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13 Sep Running In The Footsteps of Everest

Steve Alter and Steve Luukkonen are two advocates for running at Woodstock School and have co-sponsored the upcoming Mussoorie Half Marathon. “I think running as a community is one of the easiest but most worthwhile activities one can engage in”, Steve L. shares with his usual enthusiasm!  “All you need are shoes and heart,...

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06 Sep Mussoorie Writers’ Mountain Festival, Nov. 7-10, 2013

The 6th Mussoorie Writers’ Mountain Festival will be held at Woodstock School in Mussoorie, Uttarakhand, India, Nov. 7-10, 2013. Primary sponsor for this festival is Winterline Foundation, which has generously supported each of the previous festivals.  This year, more than 25 authors, mountaineers, outdoor educators, artists, conservationists and performers will gather...

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04 Sep Worldwide Woodstock Day 2013

October 19, 2013 will mark a global celebration for Woodstock!   [caption id="attachment_4244" align="alignright" width="300"] World Wide Woodstock Day[/caption] Alumni, parents and friends of Woodstock School from around the world will gather to remember and celebrate their time here in the Himalayas. Would you consider helping to organize a gathering in your area? It could...

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