We value our passionate and caring faculty, who are fully committed to actively engaging with colleagues, parents, and students to ensure success for every student.

We value our collaborative community, which is an essential catalyst for academic growth, physical and emotional well being, and artistic expression. We value strong relationships characterized by mutual respect and trust. We value the pursuit of academic excellence that develops knowledge of classical liberal arts and modern science. We value an awareness of and engagement with the world that compels students to active lives of service.

We value compassion and inclusivity that create an environment where students are enriched by their differences and diversity is celebrated.

Our Vision

We envision a world where every young person wholeheartedly engages in an extraordinary educational journey that leads to a life of leadership and service.

Our Mission

Woods Charter School empowers students to achieve their full potential. We develop young citizens equipped with a solid academic foundation, a passion for learning, and exemplary character.

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Annual Fund Week is here!

Annual Fund Week is here! This is the week we encourage all Woods families to make a donation or pledge to help us BRIDGE THE GAP! Giving to our Annual Fund is imperative in helping our students, teachers, and school reach their full potentials. Your donations to the Fund support Woods in purchasing curricular materials, funding faculty professional development and providing an end-of-year teacher supplement. Check out your donation dollars at work! 

Extra Bright Day

Casey Barnes Receives Good Citizen Award DAR Good Citizen Casey Barnes

 

Congratulations to senior Casey Barnes for being selected as the 2017 Woods Charter School DAR Good Citizen Award winner. 

This award recognizes and rewards individuals who possess the qualities of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism in their homes, schools, and communities. These students are selected by their teachers and peers because they demonstrate these qualities to an outstanding degree.

The DAR Good Citizens Award and Scholarship Contest, created in 1934, is intended to encourage and reward the qualities of good citizenship. Casey's teachers and peers recognize his contributions, character, and leadership.

After graduation, Casey will join the US Navy as a SEAL candidate. "I feel a duty to serve my country" he notes, adding that the US offers freedoms and opportunities that other countries don't have. 

 

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