See the article in the Norwich Bull.
“Once the top choice of Brooklyn students, Woodstock Academy has seen dozens leave the school for other choices this school year.
It’s a trend that has the Board of Education wondering what’s happening at the academy.
‘Why are our kids not choosing the academy like they used to?’ said Joan Trivella, a member of the Brooklyn Board of Education…”
This article points out that two members of the Brooklyn Board of Education are also members of the Woodstock Academy Board of Trustees which implies that they have some knowledge of the inner workings of the Academy. These Trustees are, in reality, only token Trustees. The problem of reduced enrollment at the Academy will lead to a 4.6% increase in Academy tuition according to the Bull.
What is the longterm plan that the Academy is pursuing:
- Is the Academy becoming a Chinese school?
- Was the investment in expansion of the athletics wise?
- What would Confusius say about this situation?
He who will not economize will have to agonize?