From athletics to robotics, mathematics to music, a Woodlands education is as much about what goes on outside the classroom as within it. Our programs encourage each student to try something new and compete to the highest of her ability.
Girls are front and center in our classrooms and our teachers can teach in the ways that girls learn best. Each student at Woodlands develops meaningful relationships with adults and is encouraged to take an active role in her learning.
Woodlands Academy’s curriculum encourages girls to explore their talents, broaden their horizons, and learn what it means to be a global citizen. Our Center for Global Studies is an integral part of that.
Every day our students are surrounded with powerful examples of young women taking charge and making a difference in their world. And it starts from day one.
The 36 members of Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart’s Class of 2020 participated in a community-wide senior celebration via Zoom Meeting on June 11, the originally scheduled date for our 161st annual Commencement Ceremony. Highlights of this virtual alternative included: a nostalgia video made especially for the Class of 2020 marking their time on campus, a moment for each graduate to be spotlighted, and a special commissioning of the class.
Many members of the Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart community were recognized for outstanding achievements this school year during the June 10 Honors Assembly. This 161th annual distribution of awards was done virtually via Zoom due to COVID-19. Highlights included presentation of the 2019-20 Woodlands Award, the highest honor that can be attained at Woodlands Academy. Based on the votes of faculty and students, this award recognizes outstanding service, leadership, character and scholastic development. This year’s recipient is Jadah Auguste.
On four occasions during the school year, the Woodlands Academy community comes together to acknowledge two girls per class and one member of the adult community for living the Sacred Heart Goals and Criteria in a most visible way. Our final Sacred Heart Awards of the 2019-20 school year were tabulated and presented remotely – the “new normal” for us due to COVID-19. Those recognized for living out Goal IV were: freshmen Clara Bartusiak and Espe Garcia, sophomores Stephanie Smith and Caitlin Mooney, juniors Natalie Williams and Nora Quigley, seniors Jenna Gonzalez and Gabby Olges, and biology teacher Julia Dunn.
During this time of remote learning, we invite you to discover Woodlands virtually
We are beyond proud of our class of 2020. We celebrated them virtually and individually in June and hope to celebrate them together as a class, in person on August 6
Faith in self, in potential, in beliefs
Faith in each other, and in the power of understanding the world
A community of risk-takers, of profound thinkers, and of informed leaders.
A community of scholarship and of reciprocal respect, and of young women of the Sacred Heart
Courage to be brave, to be authentic, to speak up, to act, to leave an imprint for good
Courage to be global citizens empowered to change the world.