We are delighted to know of your interest in the SAGE-Woodstock Scholarship Program founded in the 1980s.
Through the SAGE-Woodstock Scholarship Program, we encourage high school students from North America to consider Woodstock School in India as an option for their high school years. Since our inception, we have held to the belief that international travel and study are fundamental to a crucial awareness of global citizenship. Woodstock School, established in 1854 in the foothills of the Himalayan Mountains in North India, offers a uniquely challenging and transformative high school experience for students to develop that awareness.
You will get a comprehensive picture of what an education at Woodstock School is like including the School’s history, location, curriculum, student demographics, student life and other programs by visiting the School’s website at www.woodstockschool.in
How to Apply
Students can apply for four years, one year or even just a semester although the full benefit of the experience takes more than one semester. After a student has expressed an interest in attending Woodstock School, they should apply directly to Woodstock School by completing and submitting the application request form found at http://www.woodstockschool.in/apply-now/
When your application has been received and reviewed at Woodstock, the Admissions Office will inform you by email of the status of your application. If you pass the initial screening, the Admissions Office will arrange to interview you by phone or Skype.
Woodstock School Calendar
Fall Semester – End of July to Mid-December
Spring Semester – Mid-February to Mid-June
Fall semester – March 15th
Spring semester – October 15th
Tuition and Fees
Annual fees include tuition, textbooks, notebooks, boarding and lodging, basic laundry, Internet and email facilities, class field trips and most social activities. Fees are set annually by the Woodstock School Board of Directors, and can be found at http://www.woodstockschool.in/fees/
The above fees do not include travel to and from India, pocket money, purchases from central stores, souvenir store and tuck shop, etc.
If you are applying for financial aid, please follow the steps described on the Woodstock website at http://www.woodstockschool.in/fees/ and scroll to the bottom of the page. Woodstock has established criteria for offering financial aid based on the parents’ or guardians’ annual income.