Go Green!

Welcome to Woodstock Academy Admissions

Welcome to Woodstock Academy!

Thank you for your interest in our academic and co-curricular programs, student support services and residential life programs. Founded in 1801, the Academy is an independent, co-educational, college preparatory high school, grades 9 through 12.  

Qualities most often referenced by students, parents, or alumni about the Academy include:

  • FACULTY — Faculty members are dedicated and committed to the educational enterprise of teaching, mentoring, coaching and counseling. They strive to connect with every student offering challenging educational environments where creativity and individual talents are encouraged.
  • ACADEMIC PROGRAM — the Academy’s academic program of six core disciplines fully prepare students for higher education, a unique, comprehensive Fine Arts component allowing flexibility of choice with respect to nearly one third of the courses required for graduation.
  • ATHLETICS — Home of the “CENTUARS”­—scholar athletes pursue their academic and athletic goals, learn teamwork skills designed to develop a sense of pride and success.
  • COMMUNITY — Set within historic New England, the panoramic open campus creates a safe scholarly atmosphere where unique talents and goals can be encouraged.

We believe that the more you learn about Woodstock Academy, the more convinced you will become that it is the only choice for your secondary education.

The best way to learn about the multi-faceted education and community life in northeastern Connecticut is to schedule a visit to our campus for a tour and interview.  We do realize that, at times, it is not possible to visit, if so, we will be happy to arrange a Skype interview.  Spending time on our website, reviewing the different programs and opportunities is a great way to begin the process. You may also download our application from our Admissions section of the website to review and once filled out; you may mail it to our Admissions Office.

Please give us the opportunity to speak with you and answer any questions you may have. We will look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,

Amy W. Favreau, Assistant Headmaster — Admissions & Special Programs

Kelly J. Alves, Assistant Director of Admissions

                            

Admissions

New students and their families should contact their Town Superintendent of Schools to obtain a residency voucher prior to registration. Student and parent sessions are available to assist with planning and transition to high school. Open house, orientation and shadowing opportunities are available to acquaint families with the many options available at the Academy. Transfer and tuition students are welcomed in all grades. Visit the Admissions section of our website for more information.

icon 2012-2013 Admissions Application

icon 2012-2013 Homestay Program Application

Report Suspicious Activity