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The Woodhall School - Bethlehem, CT

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The Woodhall SchoolP.O. Box 550
Bethlehem, CT 06751
(203) 266-77889-12Litchfieldprivate 

11/11/2011studentAs a graduate of the Woodhall School, I can say that this school changed my life. I was afforded the opportunity to work at my own pace under close supervision which enabled me to graduate early! I have had a long and successful career and make it a point to keep in touch with the school. The structure and individualized approach to education is unmatched and the results speak for themselves. 100% of Woodhall's graduates are accepted to college at the time of graduation. Many students resist structure that requires you to be accountable for your actions (I was one of them) however, having spoken to dozens of former students I can assure you that the common theme is one of appreciation for what Woodhall has done for them.
4/26/2010parentMy son is thriving at the school. It is structured, offers advanced classes, and promotes values.
4/15/2009otherExcellent school. Terrific faculty that really connect with the boys.
7/10/2008otherAs a grudging 'alum' from Woodhall I would not submit your child to this institution. The concept of the school is solid, however the actual follow through is cold, controlling, and undermining. The communication group, again a good concept, is administered by teachers and faculty that have NO therapeutic training, how ever treat it like they are counselors or psychiatrists. This can create a power struggle between the students and faculty, as teachers egos can flare up when children get put into tough spots.
2/3/2007parentWith a terrific faculty, most of whom live on the school campus, and with a clear mission to educate the whole boy-- academically, physically, emotionally-- and instilling the critical element of self-confidence, The Woodhall School takes boys and turns out fine, well-rounded, gentlemen. To a large degree, the growth in the boys is nurtured through unique, confidential, communications groups. Responsibility and good choices are encouraged by the school as a whole acting through its policy of treating all with respect and its committee on accountability. Class sizes of three and four are the norm. The boys are supportive of each other, and with the assistance of the committed faculty and staff, 40 or so boys from all over the USA and few other countries leave the school with a high degree of self-esteem and ready to meet life's challenges and to succeed as good citizens.

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