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WCAC Academic Bowl Team – 2012

  • Posted on Mar 8, 2012

As a member of the West Central Activities Conference (WCAC), Woodward Academy participated in this year’s WCAC Academic Bowl that was held at Des Moines Christian School on March 6.  WA’s brainy team is pictured As a member of the West Central Activities Conference (WCAC), Woodward Academy participated in this year’s WCAC Academic Bowl that was held at Des Moines Christian School on March 6.  WA’s brainy team is pictured… read more

Knowledge Bowl 2012 Crowns a Winner!

  • Posted on Mar 2, 2012

The 7th annual Knowledge Bowl started at 9 o’clock this morning to a rowdy and enthusiastic crowd.  In February, we teased the event with the promotional poster.  If you didn’t have a chance to see The 7th annual Knowledge Bowl started at 9 o’clock this morning to a rowdy and enthusiastic crowd.  In February, we teased the event with the promotional poster.  If you didn’t have a chance to see… read more

Art – Celebrating Black History Month

  • Posted on Feb 27, 2012

Across the United States, February is reserved to celebrate accomplishments in Black History.  Social studies classrooms always have an advantage in this area where Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement take center Across the United States, February is reserved to celebrate accomplishments in Black History.  Social studies classrooms always have an advantage in this area where Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement take center… read more

Dorm Life: How do you do laundry again??

  • Posted on Feb 23, 2012

When students attend Woodward Academy, they leave behind the comforts of home and the pampering of mothers and family. When this happens, they are expected to care for themselves in some ways and meet certain When students attend Woodward Academy, they leave behind the comforts of home and the pampering of mothers and family. When this happens, they are expected to care for themselves in some ways and meet certain… read more

What is the Day School?

  • Posted on Feb 16, 2012

The Woodward Academy Day School is an alternative educational option for schools in central Iowa who have students in grades 6 to 12 who are experiencing behavioral difficulties in the public school setting.  Day School The Woodward Academy Day School is an alternative educational option for schools in central Iowa who have students in grades 6 to 12 who are experiencing behavioral difficulties in the public school setting.  Day School… read more

Knowledge Bowl 2012 – Promo Poster

  • Posted on Feb 9, 2012

Pictured is the promotional poster for the 2012 Knowledge Bowl.  The KB is an annual March event that matches dorms against one another in a bracketed intellectual, high stakes, winner-take-all tournament.  This year’s tournament is Pictured is the promotional poster for the 2012 Knowledge Bowl.  The KB is an annual March event that matches dorms against one another in a bracketed intellectual, high stakes, winner-take-all tournament.  This year’s tournament is… read more

Art Extracurricular visits ISU’s Design College

  • Posted on Feb 3, 2012

Fourteen students involved with the art extracurricular visited Iowa State University’s Design College on February 1st.  They got a sneak peek into post-secondary studio art classes of all types and were able to see first Fourteen students involved with the art extracurricular visited Iowa State University’s Design College on February 1st.  They got a sneak peek into post-secondary studio art classes of all types and were able to see first… read more

Powerlifting team preps for Nationals

  • Posted on Jan 31, 2012

This past weekend, the Woodward Academy powerlifting team competed in their first meet of the year at the Capital City Clash in Lincoln, NE.  Nine lifters competed to the event and all nine qualified for This past weekend, the Woodward Academy powerlifting team competed in their first meet of the year at the Capital City Clash in Lincoln, NE.  Nine lifters competed to the event and all nine qualified for… read more