Woodstock has had a long commitment to the men and women serving India and the world, who would not otherwise be able to afford a quality education for their children. We are also committed to educating students in a genuinely diverse community. Our mission statement makes this clear: Woodstock aims to develop responsible global citizens and leaders by providing a world-class international education, rooted in its Christian heritage and values, for a diverse group of students, especially from families in Christian or public service, in an Indian Himalayan environment. In order to achieve these goals, Woodstock has both a general student financial aid programme, largely funded out of student fee income, and a number of endowed scholarships, targeted at particular categories of student. Currently, approximately 25% of our students receive some level of financial aid. We are particularly keen to build up our scholarship endowments to safeguard our diversity and service objectives whatever the future strains on our finances.