Woodland High School is a public school located in Woodland, AL. It has 700 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 34% of students are at least proficient in math and 27% in reading.
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Culture & Safety
Health & Safety
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Clubs & Activities
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Woodland High School Reviews
Woodland High School is located in a very small, quiet town. The school is the heart of the town. The whole town with gather for various events put on by the school, but especially on Friday nights in the fall to watch some Woodland Bobcat Football! I spent some of the best years of my life in this school. Pep rallies, prayer breakfasts, field trips, and so many more memories will always hold a special place in my heart. Student involvement in clubs and activities was very important. Teachers were always supportive of their students whether it be in the classroom, on the field, on the court, and life in general. No matter what was going on in a highschool student's life, they would always know someone was routing for them.
Woodland High School is a school in Randolph County Al. When you walk in the hallways you'll know right then it feels like home and there's no place like home. Our community stood strong for many years and it's a blessing to having loving peers and teachers like we have. We have teachers that take time with each student to make sure we understand what we have going on in that particular class and if we don't, they allow extra help after school hours. We are a supportive school and we'll always support our Woodland Bobcats. There isn't much I'd change about Woodland, except more reading and math skills to get prepared for SAT/ACT. A new student comes in, we welcome them and be kind and same with all the teachers. I love my community and our school. Once a bobcat, always a bobcat.
I attend a small rural school in a small town called Woodland . Woodland High School goes from the 6th grade to the 12th grade school. The elementary school goes from Pre-K to 5th grade and is on the same campus with the high school. I like attending a small school in a small community. I had a chance to personally know most of my classmates and have friends in all grades. The teachers knew us personally and went out of their way to help make sure we succeeded. I knew that they cared about us not just as students, but as people. The community also supported us in sports and fund raisers. Our school was more that just the people attending. It was the community and alumni that still considered themselves apart of our school. Our school felt like a family.