What Do Our Alumni Say?

I have far more enthusiasm than most when it comes to academics. Even though academics in public high school are far blander, I still enjoy them.
-Zoe Schlanger, HVWS Class of 2005

I am more imaginative. I tend to come up with more creative ways of approaching assignments than my peers.
-Elliott Ashe, HVWS Class of 2002

There is more than one way to solve a problem, and because Waldorf education approaches many things at a different angle, I could find a way to solve a problem that was easier for me.
-Elizabeth Reznikoff, HVWS Class of 2002

I don’t care as much about the superficial things in my life.
-Zoe Mena, HVWS Class of 2005

I feel I have broader ideas. I can think of different ways of approaching something, while most of my classmates have the same idea. My self-confidence is stronger than others in my grade.
-Sarah Grose, HVWS Class of 2005

One of the most valuable experiences was how I was taught. I never felt rushed to learn and no lesson ever felt pointless. In addition, having breaks during the day where I could go outside and move was good.
-Elisa Navarro, HVWS Class of 2009


Being personally acquainted with a number of Waldorf students, I can say that they come closer to realizing their own potentials than practically anyone I know.

-Joseph Weizenbaum, Professor, MIT, author of Computer Power and Human Reason


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