A Message From Our Principal

Dr. Jason Vivadelli photoSteeped in tradition, Woodbury Junior-Senior High School has a long history of academic, athletic, and creative excellence. For over one hundred years, students from the community have entered this building as wide-eyed children and have left, a short while later, as competent, responsible adults.

Over the years, our small school has consistently produced big results. We were selected as the first national Junior-Senior AVID Demonstration school in the country. College Board bestowed the Gaston Caperton Inspiration Award on Woodbury. We were named in US News Best High Schools and also found ourselves on the Washington Post’s list of most Academically Challenging High Schools.  Our athletic teams have won numerous conference, regional, and state championships. An entire wall in our building is adorned with the pictures and accomplishments of student-athletes who have gone on to semi-professional and professional sports.

Strong connections between the home and school are a large part of the foundation for this success. Dedicated staff who are committed to academically challenging each student while concurrently developing their character and moral compass complete that structural framework. Whether in the classroom, on the playing field, or out in the community the students of Woodbury excel in their endeavors and meet life’s challenges with courage, confidence, and pride.

As the principal, I have the distinct privilege of helping to carry on these rich traditions. We strive each day to live our mission – of being a leader in personalizing this educational experience – for all of our students. We aspire to always keep love present in our interactions with others.

We take great pride in our school, what it has to offer, and its accomplishments. Woodbury Junior-Senior High School is truly a special place; we hope you get a chance to visit our school and see the allure for yourself.

Thank you for your support and continued involvement,

Dr. Jason Vivadelli

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