The Woodhall School serves young men of above-average intellectual ability in grades 9-12, who have had difficulties in traditional school environments.
The mission of The Woodhall School is to provide an opportunity for success to young men of above-average intellectual ability in grades 9-12, who have had difficulties in traditional school environments. The school embraces an individualized approach that allows each student to realize his potential and to take accountability in all areas of his life. This approach includes interpersonal and intrapersonal components that permeate the four pillars of The Woodhall School: Academics, Arts & Athletics, Residential Life, and Communications.
Woodhalls trimester structure (Fall, Winter, Spring Terms) provides frequent monitoring of each students progress. Students take academic course examinations at the end of each trimester. Consistent with the schools philosophy, students are evaluated with grades for both effort and achievement. Written evaluations from their classroom teachers, Communications Group facilitator, dorm parents, coach, advisor, and Head of School, are included in each end-of-term report.