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- Kimberton Waldorf School 6
- AWSNA 4
- The Waldorf School of Atlanta 3
- Waldorf School of Princeton 2
- Calgary Waldorf School 1 7 more
Preschool teacher Karen Fjestad of the Calgary Waldorf school talks about what brought her to the Waldorf School, What fulfills her in work at the school, how Waldorf benefited her own children’s education and life skills, how Waldorf education contributes...
Katie Reily planted the seeds that would grow and blossom into The Waldorf School of Atlanta. What started as an inspired idea and small home classroom, over three decades ago – continues to thrive as the ever-growing Waldorf community in...
Dr. Lisa Grupe has worked at Alabama Waldorf for almost 20 years. During that time, she founded the grades program, then served as Administrative Director of the school.
Siegfried Finser, now 87 years young, graduated from High Mowing High School in 1950. In this interview – the first of two – Siegfried shares stories of a rascally youth, a questioning teenager and the colors of Chaucer.
Not only does Michelle teach at TWS, but her two eldest children are alumni and her youngest is currently in the Lower School.
Matisse Silva (Meadowbrook alumnus and Extended Day teacher) talks about what Waldorf education has meant in her life
Early Childhood teacher Su Rubinoff talks about building and rebuilding a home for Waldorf Education in Rhode Island over three decades: years of nomadic Waldorf education, building a permanent home, losing that home to a fire, and now rallying and...
Meadowbrook Waldorf School’s Amy Lloyd Rippe talks about discovering Waldorf education and the experience of teaching for almost two decades.
Meadowbrook alumnus Blue Skye talks about how Waldorf education has shaped her young adult life, including inspiring her commitment to farming, the natural world, and embeddedness in community.
Ms. Keeney shares her memories from the earliest years of the WSA community.