9 High Street Woodsville, NH 03785
Principal: Eric Chase
Dean of Students: Michael Strauch
High School Mission Statement,
Values and Beliefs about Learning and
Civic and Social Expectations
In keeping with
its century-old tradition and sense of community, Woodsville High
School values all students and provides them with diverse
opportunities and a well rounded education to help prepare them to
become responsible, productive citizens in an ever changing world
beyond high school.
students and faculty believe these to be our core values and beliefs
about what is most important in every student’s education at
Woodsville High School.
committed to the following beliefs about learning:
need to be able to apply knowledge that they have gained over their
years of education to become:
problem solvers, who utilize creativity and critical thinking
skills to reach solutions.
and honest individuals who take responsibility for their actions.
communicators in speaking and writing.
who understand their role as socially responsible to the world
students will have an opportunity to be successful in their learning
school provides a safe and friendly atmosphere in which to learn
and grow in all areas.
challenging curriculum provides opportunities for diverse
experiences with high expectations for all students in all areas.
school provides opportunities to apply new knowledge to life
opportunities and situations beyond the classroom walls.
skills in critical thinking and problem solving by showing ability to gather, assess and use information to make connections.
effective communicators, who will be able to use a variety of modes
to express ideas.
practical learners who can recognize when and how to use current
tools and technology.
Civic & Social Expectations
in a positive way to their school and community to demonstrate respect for self, others and their environment.
Take responsibility for their behavior and education as citizens in a democratic society.
Understand the concepts of taking responsibility for one's own actions and will accept the consequences of their actions.
- Inservice Day...March 17
- Inservice Day...March 31
Kendra Strout, school nurse, will be administrating the
Youth At Risk 2017 Survey to the students on March 20, 2017.
For those that would like to preview the survey,
2017 yearbooks are now on sale: $25 +$5 for personalized yearbooks
See the yearbook staff for more details.