Successful event going virtual with an array of new projects open to the public
Woodlawn School, an independent K-12 school noted for project-based learning and academic excellence, is transforming its STEAMfest community learning festival into a virtual event to be held over a three-week period starting January 30, 2021.
We are honored and delighted to share news of a landmark gift that will benefit every Woodlawn student, now and for generations to come.
Karen and Dwayne Bowman, Founders of Woodlawn, and parents of two graduates (Sawyer ’11, Sydney ’14) have donated to the school the sixty-one acres of land that form our campus, and five buildings, Stinson Hall; the Carriage House; the Garden Shed; Jackson Hall and Klein Hall.
MOORESVILLE, N.C. – October 15, 2020 – Woodlawn School, an independent K-12 school noted for project-based learning and academic excellence, has named Alexis Hornbuckle as its Girls Basketball Coach. Hornbuckle brings a tremendous resume to Woodlawn, having played 11 years of professional basketball in the WNBA and internationally. In college, she won two NCAA championships playing under the legendary coach, Pat Summitt, at the University of Tennessee.
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