High School

High school students sitting in desks with laptops openThe Waldorf High School curriculum cultivates each student’s ability to think critically, organize, and present ideas clearly. Teaching techniques address and appeal to the full spectrum of learning styles: imaginative, analytical, and process-oriented. The core curriculum is designed to develop capacities in multiple intelligences: linguistic, logical-mathematical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, spatial, bodily kinesthetic, and musical.

Each day begins with a 1.5 to two-hour morning lesson period devoted to intensive, in-depth study of an academic subject over the course of three to four weeks. Morning lessons are followed by track classes or electives. These classes build skills in academics, art, and movement. Extracurricular activities include sports, arts, service learning, drama, and outdoor education.
 
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