Hedrick Brothers Turn Hobby Into Business

After graduating from high school, most are preparing to take on college life and its demanding workload. For Will Hedrick ‘18, he plans on continuing to run and grow his business, Hedrick Custom Designs, with his brother, Drew Hedrick ‘16 in addition to being a full-time college student. Will is in his first year of […]

Gantz ’15 Traverses Northern Spain

“Yes, I hiked 883 kilometers with a 30-pound backpack in 34 days!” said Hannah Gantz, from Woodlawn School’s graduating class of 2015. Hannah is a senior at UNC Wilmington’s Honors College where she intends to major in Biology and minor in Chemistry. After recently discovering her love for the operating room, she has decided to […]

Clare Robinson ’15 Named United Soccer Coaches All-American

When you hear of Middlebury College, located less than 100 miles from the Canadian border, in Middlebury, Vermont, you would most likely associate their name with their academic status as one of the top Liberal Arts colleges in the US. What is lesser known but equally as impressive is their strong athletics program. The women’s […]

Class of 2014 Graduates from College

Thirteen Trailblazers from our 5th graduating class have graduated or are getting ready to graduate soon. From the east coast to the west and even Romania, these grads have made the most of their college careers. We wish them the very best in whatever path they decide to blaze next! [widgetkit id=”247″ name=”Class of 2014 […]

Rachel Coutinho ’15: Excellence on the field and in the classroom

This past month, Rachel Coutinho ’15 was selected as a member of the 2017 NCAA Division II Scholar All-American women’s soccer team. The Scholar All-American Program identifies and celebrates a small group of collegiate athletes from around the nation who have been both impact players for their teams and have excelled academically. Rachel was shocked […]

Tackling the World’s Hardest Problems

Hunched over her laptop in a small café somewhere on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, you’ll find Woodlawn’s own Sydney Bowman ’14 sipping a latté working on post-grad plans and her senior thesis. Bowman, an Occidental College senior, is taking a semester away from the Los Angeles campus to complete an internship at the […]

From a Woodlawn Red Rhino to a Super Bowl Liaison

The Super Bowl, no doubt, is on a lot of people’s minds right now. With the game just a few days away, perhaps none of us is more excited than our own Taylor Scott ’16. Taylor, an Economics and Sport Management double major (with a concentration in sport law) is also on track for a […]

Maisie Wills ’14 Gets Urbanized

If Steve Jobs were a student at Woodlawn today, he and Maisie Wills ’14 would have one major thing in common: their love for typography. Like Jobs, they both studied and fell in love with the style and appearance of printed matter. Maisie, who’s entering her third year at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), […]