Woodstock's US High School Diploma and range of Advanced Placement Examinations enables students to enter colleges and universities around the world.
Entry into colleges and universities in North America can be obtained with a Woodstock High School diploma. Woodstock also prepares its Senior students for college and university entrance through the Advanced Placement (AP) examinations of the College Board, taken in Grade 12. AP's are US college-level courses that are recognized for college credit by many American institutions. They can also be used for University Entrance (or matriculation examinations) for UK, German and other European systems. Woodstock offers US SAT tests in Grades 11 and 12.
The Woodstock Indian Marksheet is based on the student's performance in five appropriate subjects taken consecutively in Grades 11 and 12. This Marksheet is recognized by the Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations as equivalent to a pass in the Indian School Certificate (Class 12) examination. Both the Woodstock diploma and Marksheet are recognized by the Association of Indian Universities as equivalent to the 10+2 stage in the Indian educational system. We recommend that students planning to take the competitive examinations required for medical and engineering entrance prepare for these tests following graduation from Woodstock.
Universities in Great Britain, Germany, Norway, Australia and New Zealand recognize grades achieved in the Advanced Placement tests as part of the criteria for admission. Woodstock also offers Cambridge (UK) IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) examinations in Grade 10.