Woodstock Academy - 1900's by Robert J. Smith, Ph.D. Faculty Emeritus, Academy Historian
Elmwood Hall, the Academy boarding house, is destroyed by fire.
|Connecticut Commissioner of Education A.B. Meredith rules that the Town of Woodstock contracts with an independent Academy for secondary education services. The ruling returns complete management of the school and its finances to the Academy trustees.||
The Ely Ransom Hall memorial Gymnasium is constructed through private subscriptions.
Class of 1928