The Value of Senior Capstone

The Value of Senior Capstone Projects Twenty-five years ago at Heathwood Hall Episcopal School a class of seniors graduated with normal Carnegie units but also had to successfully complete an […]

Sparkles and Red Shoes

Sparkles and Red Shoes Seldom in my long career as an administrator have I been called upon to address the behavior of 5 year old, but the week before spring […]

Unexpected Value

Unexpected Value A report on Woodlawn Basketball for the 2015-2016 season might be misunderstood if looked at in the usual win and loss manner, but that is not the Woodlawn […]

The Woodlawn Difference: Part Two

The Woodlawn Difference: Part Two I frequently am asked how Woodlawn differs from other schools, and feel compelled to share how the “Woodlawn program” has been carefully designed to provide […]

Giving Thanks

Giving Thanks With all of the trouble in the world today, we pause during this holiday season to give thanks for all that is good in the lives we are […]

The Woodlawn Difference

The Woodlawn Difference – Part One The mission of Woodlawn School is to produce independent, lifelong learners who are responsible, contributing members of a diverse, global society. I am going […]

Humble Excellence

Humble Excellence: The Hallmark of Woodlawn The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is designed to assess high school students’ academic readiness for college. Since its inception in 1926, the SAT has […]

Two Schools of Thought

Two Schools of Thought For the past several hundred years, the biggest question in the field of education has been “should students focus on memory work and content or on […]

A Change in the Flow of History

A Change in the Flow of History So far the Summer of 2015 has been very eventful. First we were shaken to our very basic beings by the murder of […]

Things That Go Unnoticed

Things That Go Unnoticed It seems that we notice so many things in the course of a day. School happenings, local news, national news, and international news all are in […]