The Woodhall School (Connecticut)
The Woodhall School, a non-public academic institution located in Bethlehem, Connecticut, was founded in the early 1980’s. Sally Campbell Woodhall and Dr. Jonathan A. Woodhall, the school’s founders, desired a school where male students could excel at academic and non-academic activities. Some of the students had unresolved issues at other schools. Plus, the founders wanted to keep the student population small (under 50 students) for better individualized attention. Today, Mathew Campbell Woodhall, who heads the school, follows his parents’ mission for the student population. For example, approximately 20 faculty members work with students in small groups.
The academic life is not the only focus for faculty. The Woodhall School and its faculty members place a focus on sports, too. Students have access to a sports and activities program. The sports and activities program operates six days a week. The male student body has different activities from which to choose. As an example, some students participate is soccer when it is offered in the fall. Other students participate in lacrosse during the spring.
Associations & Organizations
- National Association of Independent Schools
- State/Regional Independent School Association
- The Association of Boarding Schools
Students by Grade
Teachers on Staff
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