College and Career Counselling
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College and Career Counselling

Woodstock students are compelling applicants and successfully matriculate to universities worldwide

College counselling at Woodstock encompasses career development, course selection, and planning for university throughout the Senior School experience. Students have weekly homeroom meetings and receive personal attention in advisor groups and in individual appointments with the college counsellors. The counsellors arrange workshops, college fairs, and visits from universities, preparing students intensively in Grades 11 and 12.


In addition, students are prepared for the college application process and life after Woodstock through the Junior and Senior Seminar courses. Topics covered include research, comparison and ‘fit’, financial aid, and information about higher education admissions around the world.


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Contact us

  • Aanchal Negi, Head of College and Career Counselling - Aanchal is an experienced Career and Education Management Professional with 18 years of experience. Prior to joining Woodstock, she worked at the Doon School as the Coordinator of the Careers Information, Education and Guidance Department. She is also a Member of International ACAC.

  • Ganesh Kempaiah, College and Career Counsellor - Ganesh has more than a decade's experience in the education sector. He strives to support students in their quest to find the colleges that are the perfect fit for them. He is a member of IACAC and was recipient of the College Board counselor recognition programme and most Inspirational counselor award 2020.

Plan your visit

To arrange a visit, please e-mail either of the college counsellors. During the school year, we are able to offer a meeting with students during the fourth class period (12:15-1:00) and/or a table in our quad area during lunch (1:00-1:40), from Monday to Friday. We are also happy to organise interviews should you want to conduct any during your time here. If you would like to inquire about other available times, please don’t hesitate to ask.


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Infographic of Woodstock School student distribution and religion 2016