At this live online event, we will showcase our high school program and student life, and you will have the opportunity to hear from our amazing high school faculty members as well as current students and Waldorf alumni.
As parents reflect on the questions of what the world needs and how to support their student’s intellectual, social, and emotional well-being, we invite you to witness our high school community. We cultivate diverse voices and perspectives that develop relational capacities that students need to interact effectively in today’s world. That’s why we place emphasis on group collaboration across every aspect of our high school. And, what’s more, we believe that developing students’ compassion and empathy are equally important and foundational for shaping graduates with the creativity and skills to work towards a greater good.
Our high school students are very clear that life is not multiple choice. There’s not one absolute way to learn and live. That’s why we encourage Waldorf students to break out of academic silos and explore diverse approaches. With close guidance and coaching from their teachers, students work together, stretching every facet of their minds. They analyze, synthesize, and create new ways of looking at and understanding our world. They come away with the knowledge that “truth” can be colored by context, and the confidence to navigate the unknown. In everything we do, our students are encouraged to ask, “where are the connections and how can we make it better?” These are just a few highlights that our high school students explore at WSP.
This event is appropriate for adults and students in 6th grade and up looking towards high school.
We hope to see you there!