The school moved into the building in 1944. Through the years, the interior has experienced different layout renovations, to adapt from a one-family residence to a school. The latest one being that of our cellar space.
What is your experience of learning about Black history in the United States? To what extent have you learned about the achievements of Black people in this country and the struggles they have faced…
How do Waldorf students fare after graduation? How many of them go to college? What subjects do they choose to major in at college? Do they feel that their Waldorf education prepared them well for post-secondary studies? Did we, in fact, prepare them well for college? And then what? What do they do next? What professions do they choose for themselves? What kind of lives do they tend to live? How are they doing financially? How is there health? And are they—if we may dare ask—, at the end of the day, happy?
We have the Michaelmas festival in September: the image of Michael is one of hope and courage that helps us remember that when we unite together, we can overcome things that we cannot possibly do on our own.
It has been almost a month since we returned to school. Looking back at those early September days, we recall saying goodbye to our most dear summer memories while reflecting upon the new daily rhythm.
The beginning of the school year is always full of expectation and new challenges.
Learning through doing is a hallmark of Waldorf Education; caring for the earth is another. Join us, this Tuesday May 25th @ 7PM for an Online presentation about our Farm Program with Hawthorne Valley.
Amidst so much uncertainty in our world, our elementary school students were able to come together and realize a space to create and spend time with one another every Friday afternoon. Writing Club first met in May of 2020, with a small group of third grade students. Together, the club created the first publication of the Steiner Times––our very own newspaper.
ACA Galleries is pleased to present a group exhibition of artworks by prominent African American artists created between 1945 and 2015. Since its inception, ACA has been committed to showing Black Art.
Our woodwork program has shown a great amount of flexibility in creating projects that have shifted from going to the wood shop to working in the classroom.