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07 Feb Woodstock in Mourning Again

In the same week that has seen the death of John Montgomery, we sadly report the passing of long-serving employee, Sabal Singh Rawat. Sabal passed away after a long illness following his retirement in April 2012. Sabal joined Woodstock in September 1976 working as a clerical assistant in the accounts...

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07 Feb A Giant Falls

John Montgomery, teacher at Woodstock School from 2000-2007, died of a heart attack while visiting Woodstock last Sunday morning.  It is in this case no exaggeration to say that there was an outpouring of grief and shock around the world, as evidenced by the dozens of tributes and comments posted all...

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30 Jan Paul Livingstone ’89 tours India

Paul Livingstone ’89 first heard the sitar when Beatle, George Harrison, played, but it was Pandit Ravi Shankar who inspired him to become the acclaimed sitarist that he is today. At age thirty he studied in San Diego under Shankar, a sitarist- extraordinaire, and describes the first time he heard...

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06 Dec The Road Home to Woodstock

Woodstock alumnus Rahul Gandotra ’94 is the director of The Road Home, a short film shot at Woodstock which has won a raft of awards at film festivals across the globe, and was shortlisted for this year’s Oscars in the Live Action Shorts category. It features cameo appearances from Woodstock staff,...

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04 Dec A City on a Hill: Woodstock Faith in Action

Click  here for a printable PDF version of this page The theme of the first chapel of the semester was “Shaping Lives”, with a focus on five famous Christians in India from down the ages, acted out by current staff and students who were interviewed in a chat-showformat by staff member Ed Beavan. The “guests”...

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04 Dec It Takes a Village…

Click here for a printable PDF of this page Amy Seefeldt ’93When she found out that I was entering the teaching profession, Ms Kathy Hoffmann took the time to write me a lengthy and profound letter of reflections on the role of a teacher, from 20 years further down the road than I was....

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04 Dec Through Others, We Become Ourselves

Click here for a printable PDF of this page Nowwhere is the rich diversity of the Woodstock community seen more visually than on Indian Independence Day. All the students and staff don their finest national dress and assemble together for the flag-raising ceremony and to sing “Jana Gana Mana” – many nations with one...

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04 Dec The Fund for Excellence

Support Woodstock School Woodstock is blessed by many alumni and parents who support the school financially. Please join them in making a gift to the Woodstock Fund for Excellence, or find out about the many ways in which your support can make a difference. Woodstock School receives generous support from Friends of...

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