Woodstock High School

2010 Towne Lake Hills South Drive
Woodstock, GA 30189



Woodstock High School held its first classes during the academic year of 1996-97. The newly formed Wolverines consisted of 55 teachers, one principal, 2 assistant principals, 3 guidance counselors and 725 students. The school plan is designed around a central wheel - the rotunda - with hallways holding classrooms, the gym, fine arts and media center extending like spokes from the central area. During the first several months of the school year, Woodstock Middle School students shared the high school space, since construction was not yet complete on their building. The high school and middle school are connected and share a few common areas such as the auditorium and cafeteria. Students who attended Woodstock High School for the first time came from Cherokee High School, Etowah High School, and Sequoyah High School. As one, these students became the Woodstock Wolverines. The first class of students who attended Woodstock High School all four years was the class of 2000, and they started our football phrase: "Take 'em to the Woodshed".  The school was finally complete with the finishing touches placed on the school building and sports fields in 1999-2000. At the beginning of the 2007 – 2008 school year, Woodstock High School had grown to approximately 154 teachers and 2500 students.  In 2010, River Ridge High School opened and relieved Woodstock of overcrowding.  As of the 2013 – 2014 school year, Woodstock High School has 1950 students and 111 teachers.

Woodstock High School offers a wide variety of academic, vocational and technical opportunities for our students. Our Activities Program consists of clubs and organizations that are a mix of academic, service, and social opportunities. Woodstock High School is fully accredited by the Georgia Accrediting Commission and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

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