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WARM GREETINGS TO ALL WALDORF SCHOOL ALUMNI
FROM THE ASSOCIATION OF WALDORF SCHOOLS OF NORTH AMERICA

Welcome to our Alumni page on our website: Why Waldorf Works.

We all know that “Alumni” means any of you who have attended a Waldorf school for any length of time at any level of schooling, and who wish to remain in touch with the Waldorf Education community.

Alumni Corner

Please join us! We’ll keep your contact information private and secure, and we’ll keep you informed of news and events. We’d also love the opportunity to share your news. What have you been up to? This is a great way to keep us and you in the Waldorf loop. If you contacted us before on our old website, awsna.org, please know that we have your information securely on file. Rest assured that no one else has access to your information.

So please tell all the alums you know to join the site. The more the merrier! Our community of Waldorf attendees” is a highly creative, social, and effective one. Connected through this website, much can happen!

Thank you for joining us as we forge our way into the future together.

 




Alumni Parents

WARM GREETINGS TO ALL WALDORF EDUCATION ALUMNI PARENTS

FROM THE ASSOCIATION OF WALDORF SCHOOLS OF NORTH AMERICA

Parents of Waldorf Alumni include some of the most cherished members of our community. Not only have they generously given over and over both financially and emotionally for many years to ensure the wellbeing of the school of their choice, but they continue to care about the healthy future of teaching and learning in the Waldorf way long after their children have left their Waldorf environment.

So, welcome to the Parent Alumni page on our website: Why Waldorf Works. We hope you’ll use this resource to remain in touch with the Waldorf Education community. On this web site you’ll find stimulating publications, thought-provoking news articles, information about Waldorf Education around the globe, and how our Waldorf graduates are faring.

Please join us by signing up for our monthly email newsletter! We’ll keep your contact information private and secure, and we’ll keep you informed of news and events. We’d also love the opportunity to share your news. This is a great way to keep us and you in the Waldorf loop.

And please tell your Waldorf friends and alums to join the site. We look forward to having you on board again.

Alumni Corner


ALUMNI IN THE NEWS

Waldorf Alumni Forum Renewal Magazine

Scott Williams -Waldorf School of Garden City 1985

Waldorf Alumni Forum Renewal Magazine

Rebecca Schmidt - Charlottesville Waldorf School

Waldorf Alumni Forum Renewal Magazine

Jelena Jaehnig - Denver Waldorf School

Waldorf Alumni Forum Renewal Magazine

Colyn Cameron - Vancouver Waldorf School  2008

Stage Shy Songstress
Michaela Kuzia prefers to be heard and not seen. The 27-year-old Great Barrington native, who now lives in Boston, says she's still stage shy. But the Berklee College of Music graduate has recently released her second CD: "Never Gonna Look Back." She recently was interviewed by Berkshire Eagle reporter Jenn Smith, who asked her about her musical career and what she's been up to since she graduated from Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School. Read more The Berkshire Eagle October 15, 2009

Ben Taylor on Music, Education, Family

Back home on Martha's Vineyard for a few weeks, musician Ben Taylor talks about his summer plans, what it’s like to have famous parents, and reflects on his years a the Rudolf Steiner School in New York City. Read more The Martha's Vineyard Times August 6, 2009

Austin Teen Goes From Student To Young Athlete

A 10th grader at the Austin Waldorf School has been appointed to the 2009 United States Maccabiah Juniors Track and Field Team for the 18th World Maccabiah Games to be held this July in Israel. Read more Keyetv.com June 11, 2009

A Little at a Time to a lot at a Time

Although the Merriconeag Waldorf School promotes non-competitive games, one of its graduates is a champion skier Read more  Portland Press Herald February 4, 2009

Waldorf Alum Wins Architecture Competition

Reilly Hogan, a graduate of the San Francisco Waldorf High School, Wins First Prize in The
International Velux Award 2008 competition. November 2008

Read more - click 'Winning Projects' to see Reilly Hogan's project: Embodied Ephemerality

The Waldorf School of Saratoga Springs, NY

A teenager from New York's most horse-crazy town is one of the first two women ever admitted to the world's oldest riding school. Sojourner Morrell, 17, this fall ended 436 years of male-only membership in Austria's prestigious Spanish Riding School, joining another woman to make history at a school renowned for training Lipizzaner stallions. Read more Times Union October 18, 2008

The International List of Famous Waldorf Alumni (...and Waldorf Parents)

This is not a news article, but a website listing a number of Waldorf Alumni from around the world frequently in the news. Take a look and submit a nomination if you know of someone you think should be included on the list.

Sword swallowing alum in the news The Times UK July 2008

Waldorf Alumni Forum Renewal Magazine Spring/Summer 2008

Featuring Rebecca Schmidt - Charlottesville Waldorf School

With a Hammer, Finding Ghosts in the Glass - by Caroline Winter New York Times 2007
For the past year, Seth Wulsin (Green Meadow Waldorf School Class of 2000) has been working on a project that uses the former Caseros Prison, an urban skyscraper jail in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as raw materials for a dynamic artwork.

 

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