Photo of whole faculty at opening faculty orientation 2019 We value our collaborative community, which is an essential catalyst for academic growth, physical and emotional well being, and artistic expression. Class of 2018
We value strong relationships characterized by mutual respect and trust. We value an awareness of and engagement with the world that compels students to active lives of service.

We value compassion and inclusivity that create an environment where students are enriched by their differences and diversity is celebrated. Parent Volunteer

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$45 if ordered before 3/6/2020

Parent & Faculty Book Discussion Parents We Mean To Be

Parents and Faculty are invited to join a round-table book discussion of:

The Parents We Mean to Be: How Well-Intentioned Undermine Children’s Moral & Emotional Development by Richard Weissbourd

Join the Woods Community on a date to be announced (we are aiming for the end of January or the beginning of February) as we find ways to promote self-reliance and resilience in our children. 

You can read more about this powerfully thought-provoking work here:




Enrichments F.A.Q. Enrichments FAQ

We have a lot of fun each year with our MS and HS program of Enrichments.  Here's an F.A.Q. where you can learn more.  Enrichments take place this year from January 24th - March 27th.

Say Something Say Something

Say Something – Anonymous Reporting System

All N.C. schools are now required to implement some form of anonymous reporting system, by which students may anonymously report concerns about bullying, self harm, and/or violence.  The N.C. Department of Public Instruction has partnered with Sandy Hook Promise to offer the Say Something – Anonymous Reporting System (SS-ARS) to N.C. schools at no cost to the schools.

The system provides . . .




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