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Woodstock International School - India

A Safe Place with Room to Grow
300-acre forested campus in the Indian Himalayas
Outdoor education and experiential learning

A Living and Learning Community
International K-12 curriculum - AP & IGCSE
Excellent IT & communications facilities
Caring and supportive residence staff

A Dynamic and International Faculty
Teachers drawn equally from India & overseas
Excellent college preparation for USA, India & UK

A Diverse and Motivated Student Body
Many Nationalities, religions & cultures
Short-term international exchange programs

A 150-year Heritage of Christian Values
Service and leadership development
Financial aid program



Education for a World of Difference at Woodstock School.

For 150 years this international Christian residential school has offered a unique education in a spectacular North Indian location. On a forested Himalayan hillside, Woodstock’s academic quality, temperate environment and healthy lifestyle attract 140 staff and 475 students from around the world. Woodstock has a distinguished history, but is also very much a school of today. An international K-12 curriculum, which leads to a US Diploma, is supported by co-curricular activities including music, drama, sport and outdoor education, and is underpinned by excellent IT and communications facilities. Committed residence staff help students experience many opportunities for personal growth. Graduates from this diverse community go on to colleges around the world, including 50% to the USA and 25% to India. The Woodstock alumni network is active worldwide, supporting new graduates and maintaining links with the school over generations. For more information, email

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