Woodworking Schools


Below you can find a list of woodworking schools. Woodworking classes can offer a great way to quickly improve your technique and hone your skills, whilst at the same time meeting some interesting people and having a great time. 


If you know of any other top woodworking Schools we should add, please let us know in the comments below.



The Woodwrights School
A place devoted to the pleasures of hand tool woodworking. Handtool Woodworking classes with Roy Underhill (from PBS's woodwrights shop) & Associates.




The Center for Furniture Craftsmanship
The Center for furniture Craftsmanship offers courses in furniture making and related skills such as carving, turning, marquetry and finishing. Located in Mane.




  David J Marks Woodworking Classes
From David: "Hello fellow woodworkers! My goal is to provide, small, accessible classes to fellow woodworkers, and to have the opportunity to engage in an open dialogue about woodworking." Located in Northen California.




  Red Rocks School of Fine Woodworking and Lutherie
 Offering woodworking classes for the hobbyist and professional in such fields as guitar & furniture building, turning, carving, and many more. The school is located within the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, in Lakewood, Colorado.
 


  The Mark Adams School of Woodworking
 Marc Adams School of Woodworking is the premiere school teaching woodworking, wood turning, edging, finishing, and more. MASW is located in Franklin.




Darrel Peart's Green & Green Woodworking Classes
Weekend workshops covering step-by-step the process of making the most common Greene and Greene details. Informal atmosphere with a chance to talk woodworking and Greene and Greene. The class consists of about eight hours on Saturday (9-5) and about 6-8 hours on Sunday.  Portland Origon.


The Kelly Mehler's School of Woodworking
Offers a variety of hands-on woodworking classes that cover an array of techniques and various finished pieces. Kelly Mehler's School of Woodworking is located in Berea.



New Legacy School of Woodworking
Uncompromising teaching methods ensure that every student gains a working knowledge of their craft and so soon finds a new level  of confidence.