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a private, co-educational, inclusive Catholic school, preschool – grade 8, where curiosity and confidence thrive.

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Of a Woods Education

Daily World Language

From preschool through Grade 8, our students learn French or Spanish, developing a love for languages that they carry to high school and beyond.

Faith life & Community Service

As a Catholic school, the faith development and character education of our children is devoted to enriching students’ lives and preparing them to lead lives of significance. Lessons on faith and values anchor everyday life.

The Arts

Our talented, creative arts faculty cultivates our students’ artistic gifts, engaging their minds, bodies, and spirits through art education that includes music, visual arts, and performing arts.

Montessori Preschool

The Woods Montessori program meets the needs and interests of three to six year olds. Learning is intrinsically motivating and joyful in the multi-age classroom and prepared environment.


Our students’ foundation in technology includes understanding how it works and how to use it to change lives. Our technology supports innovative learning at all ages – from interactive whiteboard projectors in all classrooms, to iPad learning stations in our Montessori Preschool, and one-to-one student devices in Grades 1 through 8.


Our athletics program is a critical part of our children’s education. It provides building blocks in their development while giving them an appreciation for health and fitness as well as habits that will last a lifetime.

From the Blog

Science in the Great Outdoors
Mrs. Chrobocinski, 5th Grade Math & Science Teacher

The fifth-graders went on an exciting field trip to the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center and were tasked with the question, “What is clean water?”

Dans mon sac à dos
Ms. Santiago, World Language Teacher

French students from second grade are reviewing and expanding their vocabulary.

¡Hola, los monstruos y los muertos!
Ms. Zachor, World Language Teacher

The second graders straddled two cultures as they learned to talk about ghosts, witches, and werewolves in Spanish while exploring the Mexican Day of the Dead.

History Alive
Mr. Clubbs, 7th & 8th Grade Social Studies Teacher

There is no better way to foster diversity, curiosity, and creativity than through the good old-fashioned field trip.

Children of the 1800s
Ms. Talbot & Mrs. Mullally, 4th Grade Teachers

On a recent trip to Brookside Nature Center, the fourth graders traveled back in time to the 1800's.


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