About Woodstock School
Founded in 1854, Woodstock School 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.
Woodstock believes that education transforms lives, and that transformed people can make a difference in their societies and in the world.
Woodstock's Christian heritage is manifest in the school's commitment to values of excellence, personal responsibility, and service, and in our special calling to continue to educate the children of families in Christian or public service - a purpose to which we devote substantial student financial aid.
The Woodstock community consists of around 520 students from more than 25 countries, 200 staff from India and overseas, and employees whose families have, in many cases, served the school for generations.
More than 95% of Woodstock graduates go on to full time higher education in the US, India, UK and other countries. The Woodstock Diploma, coupled with AP examinations and a range of college entry tests including SAT and ACT, ensure that our students are eligible for college entry almost anywhere in the world.
Woodstock alumni have made significant professional contributions in many fields of endeavour, including medicine, science, education, development and the arts. Click here to read about Woodstock's Distinguished Alumni Roll, which mentions just some of the most eminent.
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