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October 08, 2019

The 2019-20 academic year is only five weeks old, but the Northwood School Girls’ Ice Hockey team already boasts an impressive 10-0 record to start to their season. The team returned a sizable portion of their roster from last year and made some key additions this fall. The combination of returning experience and additional depth through the lineup has thus far led to success on the ice. After beginning the season with home wins against Ontario Hockey Academy and the East Coast Wizards, the Huskies traveled to Burlington, VT and Massachusetts where they continued their winning… continue reading

October 01, 2019

On Saturday, September 27, three Northwood Crew athletes competed at the Tail of the Fish Regatta, in Saratoga Springs.

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October 01, 2019

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September 30, 2019

Northwood School's participation in the pollinator project is highlighted in the following article.

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Monarch butterflies: conservation’s orange flag


The Northwood School in Lake Placid also invited the Pollinator Project to help students plant a pollinator garden as part of an end-of-year educational program. Lisa Wint, an academic coach at the school, led the program to teach the students about organic and sustainable farming, including the importance of pollinators in sustainable… continue reading

September 21, 2019

Volume 8 / September 21, 2019

Just as the leaves change color here in the Adirondacks, transitions also continue to happen at the Innovation Hub at Northwood School. Watch and see how this transformative project has taken shape as it moves into its final months to completion. 

The three floors of the building continue to be worked on simultaneously and the front facade and the staircase has been repainted. The Main Street Level has taken shape and… continue reading