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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...

Setting goals and chasing them – chatting with Steve Luukkonen

Recently Steve Luukkonen, the head of Woodstock’s PE department, ran and completed the Boston marathon. It was not hard to miss the training and number of hours Steve put in, if you had been living on the hillside. We thought of talking with him and getting him to share his experience.     How did...

Farsi Nejad is a Woodstock Alumni, class of 1980
International Recognition for Woodstock Alumni – Faris Nejad

“The Curse of the Ancient Greeks”   Faris Nejad (Fardis Nouraninejad), Woodstock graduate, 1980 has recently received international recognition for the publication of his realistic contemporary fiction, “The Curse of the Ancient Greeks”, in two languages. (English and Greek). He has had the honor for his novel to be one of the...

Quad 2015. A Year at the Hanifl Centre.

By Marta Lofesser It has been a year of change and growth at the Hanifl Centre. 2015 kicked off with a new partnership with Aerie Backcountry Medicine, a leading provider of wilderness-medicine courses based out of Missoula, USA. Through this partnership, selected Hanifl Centre and Woodstock School staff members attended a...

All Safe at Woodstock

Earthquake  tremors that shook north India this afternoon were mildly felt on campus. Earthquake-drill sirens were sounded and all students, staff and employees were immediately evacuated to safer grounds. They have now returned to classrooms and work stations after safety confirmations from official authorities. We will keep updating you with the latest news. Don't worry....

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...

#Trekking in the Himalayas
Activity Week. Lots of Enthusiasm, Some Tears.

It's that time of year again when plans are made and remade, gear, tents, rations, medical supplies, logistics and laments are all sorted out and resolved one by one. There's this sense of anticipation lingering over campus, but not for long. Activity week starts as early as tomorrow for advanced treks and later in...

Photo:Lalitha K
Woodstock’s Lyre Tree in the Media

Watch the ceremony on You Tube:Lyre Tree Memorial Ceremony Read Press Articles: via Dailypioneer/dehradun - long-live-woodstocks-lyre-tree. Also in the image below :An article that appeared in HT Dehradoon. [caption id="attachment_19384" align="alignleft" width="300"] HT article:[/caption]                   Memorial Video:Tim Percevecz Photo: Lalitha Krishnan...

#AntonioPuri
Different Shades of Skin. Antonio Puri’s Varna

“We often assume that politicians, law-makers and armies are the things that create change in the world (for good or bad!). But, actually, the creative and visual arts are a powerful tool for awakening deep awareness, inspiring reflection and initiating real change! Antonio’s Varna project resonates with key themes in...