In the fall of 2017, Woodland announced the launch of its 5th- and 6th-grade Girls' Mentor Program.
Two Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, Sonia Arrison of Atherton and Mac Harman of Portola Valley, join Woodland's Board of Trustees.
Students of the class of 2017 are headed to some great high schools next year. Read through for the full list.
For nine days, Woodland students lived and worked alongside a community in Nicaragua.
21 Woodland Students Received Awards in the National French Contest
Head of School Marja Brandon discusses how students at Woodland aren't waiting to make a difference--they're doing it now!
Woodland fourth graders met with and learned about Xavier Becerra--in his office in Sacramento!
Woodland students competed in the Future Problem Solvers' California FPS State Competition last month.
All seventh grade students participated in a Science Colloquium in early May.
Third grade students stand up to bullying and share their message with the world. Will you join them?
Woodland's team of "Future Problem Solvers" team is headed to California State Competition.
Destination Imagination is an after school program where students use creativity and collaboration to turn their ideas into reality.
Fifth grader Nikhil Chand recently placed second in a California competition and qualifies to compete in the program's international competition.
Second grade teacher Maria Barulich knows talent when she sees it.
These middle school students are designing incubators to transport fertile chicken eggs.
With biotech entrepreneur Dr. Hugh Rienhoff by their side, seventh grade students extracted their DNA in this exciting lab exploring genetics.
An exemplar of character, Nicholas Burnett recently became an Eagle Scout.
As part of a Humanities project, sixth grade students examine this question.
Sixth Grade students went through the process of designing and building working models of the water cycle.
From all of us at Woodland, to all of you, Happy New Year! Enjoy this video.