STUDENTS at the WOODHALL SCHOOL are . . .

Boys

in grades 9 – 12 with above-average intellectual potential who are not readily categorized.

Students, athletes, artists, and community members

who need holistic support for executive function, attention, motivation, or other learning difficulties.

Adolescents

who would respond to an adult and peer mentoring program (Communications Program) which will help them strengthen their understanding of themselves and others and improve their relationships with peers, adults, and family members.

Young men

who seek to develop the insight, self-confidence, and consistency to realize academic, social, and emotional fulfillment in their lives.