The Spiral is Rudolf Steiner School’s annual report, with letters from the College of Teachers, our Treasurer, our Board of Trustees, and class notes from Steiner Alumni. Through The Spiral, our school community acknowledges and celebrates generous gifts from individual donors and anticipates future successes. Thank you for reading!
RUDOLF STEINER SCHOOL 2021
A YEAR OF PERSEVERANCE
"We did and continue to do the hard work necessary to heal and rise to our better selves. We continued forward and we tried to find the light."
— TERRI ADLER, BOARD CHAIR & TUSHAR SHAH, TREASURER
Realizing Education Instead of Schooling
As the pedagogical center and spiritual organ of the school, the College of Teachers is responsible for establishing and upholding the school’s mission.
Corinne Spingarn ’64
“After finishing our remodeling of both the kitchen and guest bath, I spent Covid finally facing the projects that I had put off for years: the 2014 photo book of our trip to Europe, replenishing my five 3-ring binder recipe books and majorly cleaning out our garage. I couldn’t blame not doing these projects anymore on a lack of time!”
Patrick Soluri ’93 continues to compose music for stage and screen; his 11th ballet score “Nacht Ohne Morgen” received rave reviews and is currently performing through February 2022 at Ballett X Schwerin in Germany. Another ballet score, “Continuum,” which performed at Berlin Staatsballett, was a finalist/winner in the Kaleidoscope 2020 international call for scores (from 8,000 applications and 86 countries)! This score, and his entire discography, has been re-released on digital music platforms worldwide.
MORE ALUMNI UPDATES
Meet Rudolf Steiner School alumni from the 1960s – 2000s in the full version of our annual report.