• Why Choose Woodstown?

    Study body in front of WHS  

    We are a small close-knit community with the ability to offer a wide range of programs for our students. At Woodstown High School we maintain a kind, caring, compassionate environment where teachers and staff members put our students first. Our well rounded student body is actively involved in academics, athletics, choir, band, drama, and everything Woodstown has to offer.


    Students choosing Woodstown High School have the opportunity to excel academically in a variety of AP and Honors courses. Our unique electives and specialty offerings let students explore diverse interests like Wood Shop, Family Consumer Sciences, Childcare and Development, and Oceanography.
    Another unique offering is our award winning Agricultural Science program. In one of the oldest Agricultural Science programs in the state, students learn agricultural research and science skills in the class, and participate in real world, hands-on experience beyond the classroom through Supervised Agricultural Experience Projects.                      
    While in high school students can receive college credit for courses taken at Woodstown High School through a partnership with Salem County Community College. Currently, there are 11 courses students in grades 10-12 can take to receive dual credit

    Activities and Clubs

    Our students are involved in activities and clubs both inside and outside of school. There are over 30 clubs and activities ranging from Future Farmers of America (FFA), Drama Club, Odyssey of the Mind, Renaissance Club, and many more. 


    Students interested in athletics can participate in our competitive Freshman, Junior Varsity, and Varsity athletic teams. While attending sporting events you will get a glimpse of our infectious school spirit, where the student section cheers "Sweat Orange, Bleed Blue!" 

    Looking Forward

    We celebrated our 100th year at Woodstown High School. A recent Referendum helped preserve the historic nature of our school and allowed us to adapt to the changing needs in education. We increased district instructional space, added practice time for athletics due to a new multi-purpose room, allowed for better scheduling, and added state of the art science and agricultural laboratories and prep rooms. Referendum II will allow our district to renovate and modernize our buildings as we move forward and continue to be one of the top high schools in New Jersey.