New Students Adjust to Winter Schedule

Northwood started “winter schedule” after Thanksgiving break. Students have their sports and other co-curricular activities in the morning before classes start at 12:30 and last until 6:15 in the evening. The schedule can be hard to adjust to, especially for students new to Northwood. [Read more…]

Humans Of Northwood: John Biechler ‘19

John Biechler

John Biechler ’19 (Photo provided)

“I’m from Hershey Pennsylvania. I started playing hockey when I was 4 years old, and I’ve been skating since I was 2. That’s how I ended up at Northwood. This school gave me the ability to play a sport I love while being at school at the same time. This is my 4th year at Northwood. I’m a senior and will be graduating in the spring. I’ve had an unbelievable experience here. I wouldn’t trade it for anything. I don’t think a lot of places would have given me the same experiences that I had here. I’ve made friendships that I’ll have way past my graduation, and I’m thankful for that. For next year, I’m hoping to attend the University of Rhode Island and play Division I club hockey.”

As told to Elias Fleischman ’20

Humans of Northwood: Cody Monds ‘19

Cody Monds

Cody Monds ’19 (Photo: Finlay Ulrick)

“I’m from Brockville Ontario. I decided to attend Northwood in the 10th grade. Northwood was appealing for me because of the historic hockey program as well as the academics. Playing for coach Chadd Cassidy the past few seasons has helped me develop on the ice, in the classroom, and as a person. With the help of all the teachers, and coaches at Northwood, my grades, and hockey have improved to the point where I was able to commit to St. Lawrence University to play Division I college hockey with a scholarship. Northwood has helped me a lot to get to where I want to be in life, and I’m grateful for all the support Northwood has to offer.”

As told to Elias Fleischman ’20

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