COVID-19 Update for Prospective Students and Families:
The school is working wtih a great team of parents, teacher, lawyers, and health professionals to provide a camp model with limited interuption from the Pandemic. Woodcrest has installed desks 6ft apart, plexiglass infront of teachers, ppe for staff, all children wear masks, students are in cohorts by grade. Learn More
For over 50 years, Woodcrest School has provided students with a strong academic foundation that helps prepare them for success in high school, college and life.
Our secret is our partnership between parents and faculty to support students in every way to develop a love of learning and passion for exploring one’s talents. Woodcrest takes a traditional approach to teaching a liberal arts curriculum while incorporating 21st century skills to prepare our students for the changing demands of our world. Woodcrest graduates are leaders, strong communicators and proficient users of technology.
Our teachers provide students with a learning environment that meets the needs of each and every student by working in small groups and one-on-one to make sure that every question is answered. The admissions team supports the parents and students by enrolling children and families who are committed to the mission of Woodcrest School, and who will be active and positive members of our community.
Our Approach to Curriculum
For over 50 years, Woodcrest School has delivered a traditional curriculum that prepares students for high school and beyond. Our curriculum includes: reading aloud daily, cursive writing, project based learning, technology integration, timed math facts, and social and emotional buddy ups.
- African American11.9%
- Pacific Islander3.1%
- Native American1.9%
Living in the Area
- Cost of Livinggrade D
- Good for Familiesgrade B
- Housinggrade D