I think if I were to describe the students at Woodland it would be like a small community. We are a small enough school that everyone knows everyone, and it makes for great connections throughout all grades. Of course, there are people who don't get along, but that is to be expected when you put any group of people together, especially teenagers. I feel as though the students who do "the best" at the school are individuals who put their mental health first. I think that the students who are willing to admit when they need help with their mental health and slow down once and a while generally do better than those who ignore their mental health and constantly push themselves.