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  • Headmaster Offers Gratitude to Woodberry

    "As we bid farewell to the boys at the conclusion of their fall trimester exams and head into the holiday season," writes Headmaster Byron Hulsey ’86 on his blog, What Matters Most, "I want to take some time to give thanks for Woodberry Forest." In his most recent entry, Dr. Hulsey shares proud moments that make him thankful for the school -- compliments received from strangers who encounter traveling athletic teams, comments from grateful parents, and instances of Woodberry Forest School stepping up to help others in need.

    The Woodberry Forest School community wishes a happy Thanksgiving to all. 
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  • Weekend Activities Cap Off Trimester

    Preparing for exams was not the only item on the agenda during the trimester's final weekend.

    Starting on Friday evening, November 14, 2014, several on-campus activities gave students chances to take a breather from study. The International Forum said goodbye to our South African students who will return home after exams; the three boys shared a slide show about their home country and schools at a dinner on Friday evening. Across campus in the Walker Fine Arts Center, girls arrived for a gathering of one of the Forest's newest clubs, Swing Dancing, while speech students entertained audiences with their final projects in the Bomb Shelter Experimental Theater.

    Saturday meant a performance from the faculty band Poor Judgment and a pair of songs by a pair of Woodberry brothers at Informal Music Night. A game of Bingo followed, with dozens of prizes -- including the coveted Amazon gift card -- being awarded to lucky players.

    And the weekend finished with a Sunday night turkey dinner prepared and served in the Reynolds Family Dining Room.
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  • Winter Drama Productions Announced

    Directors Ted Blain and Peter Cashwell have announced this winter's mainstage and blackbox plays. Woody Allen's comedy Don't Drink the Water will go up on the mainstage, while God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza will be performed in the Bomb Shelter Experimental Theater.

    God of Carnage 
    by Yasmina Reza 
    Directed by Ted Blain
    Bomb Shelter Experimental Theater 
    Walker Fine Arts Center 
    January 27-29, 2014, 8:00 p.m.
    Suitable for audiences high school age and older.

    Don't Drink the Water
    by Woody Allen
    Directed by Peter Cashwell
    Bowman Gray Auditorium
    Walker Fine Arts Center
    February 12-14, 2014, 8:00 p.m.

    Admission to both performances is free and open to the public.
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Woodberry Forest School

Woodberry Forest, VA 22989   Phone: 540-672-3900
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