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24 May This Week’s Senior Spotlight 2016

The Class of 2016 is over owing with bright, talented and passionate students. Here are a few of their stories this week as we prepare to come to an end of the year.     Rishi @ Woodstock since 2010 Career Ambition: I want to become an Investment Banker. I would also like to become a...

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18 May This Week’s Senior Spotlight 2016

The Class of 2016 is over owing with bright, talented and passionate students. Here are a few of their stories this week as we prepare to come to an end of the year.     Aakriti @ Woodstock since 2012 Career Ambition: I hope to work as a diplomatic lawyer and work in foreign countries on...

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14 Oct Sculpted Statements

Pablo Picasso once said, “Sculpture is the art of the intelligence.” These meaningful pieces resonate with ideas. It’s been a month for sculpting at Woodstock. Grade 5 and 6 have been creating a multitude of wire sculptures in Adam Hubbard’s class. The expressions might seem familiar. If not, there’s more...

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#TheTiger

07 Oct The Tiger: Fall Issue

Starting today, we bring you the Woodstock  School Newspaper put together by our student journalists and staff advisor Christopher Rhatigan (Social studies Teacher). The Newspaper club is part of PASSAGE activities that Upper Years students voluntarily participate in over and above academic requirements. They meet twice a week.       [caption id="attachment_19844" align="aligncenter" width="673"] Pg2[/caption] [caption id="attachment_19845"...

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GAIL At Woodstock

28 Jul THE GLOBAL ALLIANCE FOR INNOVATIVE LEARNING (GAIL)

Three years ago, Woodstock joined with seven other schools to create a unique partnership in international education. The Global Alliance for Innovative Learning (GAIL) is a consortium of schools that are geographically dispersed but share a common vision for school education in the 21st century. All member schools are independent, not-for-profit,...

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08 Jun Nira (Mukerji) Benegal ’56 On Woodstock

Nira Mukerji Benegal '56 recently revisited the school with her daughter. We took this opportunity to reconnect with her. In this interview she reveals some little known and interesting facts about herself and Woodstock back then. [caption id="attachment_19086" align="aligncenter" width="238"] Nira Mukerji '56[/caption] Welcome, how does it feel to be back? I broke...

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FestivalofIdeasatWoodstock

22 May Student Papers. WS Symposium and Interdisciplinary Projects Part III

As promised we bring you student-works from the Festival of Ideas. Having submitted their projects, a selected body of students are now presenting concise versions of their work in 'TED' talk presentations till Tuesday. You can watch them speak online at: http://live.woodstock.ac.in or http://live.woodstockschool.in Or you could read their originally submitted papers...

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11thGraders

13 May What are 11th Graders Thinking Of These Days?

In the midst of exams and symposiums, the excitement of Junior Senior Banquet and the promise of the semester-ending, Jiyeon, Grade 11, braves irking 4 of her exasperated classmates. She asks them what their thoughts are about leaving school and joining college.   Are you nervous about leaving Woodstock? Sumi: No, not really, because Woodstock has taught me to be...

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Shikhar Grade 11

11 May Student Perspective. WS Symposium and Interdisciplinary Project. Part II

Last week we started covering the Festival of Ideas (Grade 11 and 12 projects) with a teacher's perspective. We now bring you two student perspectives. Shikhar, Grade 11 Shikhar, how does your class begin preparing for the project? We get to choose any topic we are passionate about and develop our skills to argue/debate about it. Once...

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