Woodstock Union Middle School
The Woodstock Union Middle School is a school community that recognizes and understands the special needs of early adolescents. Students at this stage of growth, which spans the transition from childhood to adolescence, are at a critical turning point in their lives. We are committed to helping each of our students experience success and growth, both personally and academically. The school environment emphasizes respect; it is everyone’s right and responsibility.
Woodstock Union High School Profile
Woodstock Union High School is a comprehensive, fully accredited public high school offering a course of studies for four years as described by the Department of Education in Vermont. Our district is composed of the six towns: Barnard, Bridgewater, Pomfret, Reading, Sherburne, and Woodstock. Our school also accepts tuition students from other towns. We participate in Vermont’s School Choice Program. The enrollment this year is 420. The Windsor Central Supervisory Union has a total population of about 7900 (at the last census); each sending town has a local elementary school.
In our recent history, we have been awarded recognition for excellence by the United States Department of Education and we have earned a Public School Medallion from the Vermont Business Roundtable. Our school was awarded the Creative Schools Distinction Award from the Kennedy Center Alliance for our comprehensive arts program in the year 2000-2001. Our students frequently place in the Region 5 annual Mathematics Competition (sponsored by the Mathematical Association of America), and our Foreign Language students typically earn recognition in national contests. Last year, 33% of our instrumental music students participated in the District 6 of the Vermont Music Educators Festival.