Videos

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The Early Childhood program

Enjoy this window into the wonderful world of our Nursery and Kindergarten.
Learn about our Early Childhood program: http://info.steiner.edu/spring-tours-0

 

The Elementary School program

Learn about the importance of the class teacher for grades 1-8.
Find out more about the Elementary School: http://info.steiner.edu/spring-tours-0
 


The High School program

There is a place where artistic exploration awakens scientific inquiry.
Where physical education informs critical thinking.
And where our integrated Waldorf curriculum is the key to higher achievement.
The result? Creators, researchers, executives and entrepreneurs.
Learn about our High School program: http://info.steiner.edu/spring-tours-0

 

Thank you to Waldorf Sarasota for compiling this beautiful photo montage of famous and noteworthy alumni and alumni parents from Waldorf schools worldwide. This is a beautiful presentation, and the cello piece supporting it was composed by a Waldorf graduate. Share this video with your friends.

 


Senior Elaborates on the Beauty of Waldorf education at the All-School Assembly

 


Rudolf Steiner High School Drama Club presents A Fiddler on the Roof

 


Grades 1-12 performed Eurythmy, singing, dancing and more at the spring assembly

 


A documentary created by an 11th grade student for her History Through Music Class

 


IntuitionWhat We Can Think if We Don’t Remember. An Evening with Michael D’Aleo

 


The Metrognomes (HS choir) perform the 16th Century English Coventry Carol

 


Grades 4-6 Choir sing holiday songs

 


Grades 7 & 8 Choir sing holiday songs

 


High School Drum Band perform a traditional Brazilian medley

 


The Junior Choir (middle school) perform a holiday medley

 


The High School Choir perform a holiday medley

 


9th grader Ashima Shiraishi spoke at the 2014 TEDx Teen Conference in London. At age 13, Ashima is already an accomplished rock climber, who competes around the world. She uses climbing to make a wonderful analogy about taking risks and succeeding in life at a very young age. It’s a very Waldorf speech! Thanks, Ashima.