What Happens to Waldorf Graduates?

There is a Survey of Waldorf Graduates Phase 2, by Douglas Gerwin and David Mitchell, Full Study Here, published by The Research Institute for Waldorf Education. We recently read the 2007 study and thought our parents would find these pieces of information particularly interesting.   Profile of a Typical Waldorf Graduate Majors in arts/humanities (47%) […]

Sarah Caley is Junior Coach for Girls on the Run

After participating in Girls on the Run for two seasons, SGWS 7th grader, Sarah Caley, is becoming a Junior Coach to give back to the organization that gave her a great community experience.  Sarah is a Junior Coach for the Girls on The Run (GOTR) team at Old Trail school in Bath. According to the […]

The Mitchell Brothers Make Us Proud

Spring Garden Waldorf grads, Max and Ed Mitchell, are doing great work out in the world. Max is a reporter for The Legal Intelligencer, which is the oldest law journal in the United States. Here is a recent article written by Max and picked up by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette or you can read many […]

SGWS Alumni, Erin Brown, is LA Film Director

Filmmaker and Director, Erin Brown, started off at our very own Spring Garden Waldorf School in Northeast Ohio. In fact, on her website, http://workbyerinbrown.com/, she says, “… [my] Waldorf grade school education taught me the importance of artistic expression and individual identity.” Erin creates and directs commercials, music videos, films and more having worked with […]

Alumni chosen for Art and Social Engagement Project

SGWS graduate, Aubrey Tingler, is one of 9-12 students across all of Emory University chosen to work with a local Atlanta artist to create an art installation focused on prominent social issues. She was chosen via competitive application to be a participant in Emory University’s Art and Social Engagement Project, whose purpose according to the […]

CNN Feature Segment on Waldorf Education

The Waldorf private school system has piqued the interest of  National Public Radio, the New York Times, and CNN. The New York Times calls Waldorf education, “a teaching philosophy focused on physical activity and learning through creative, hands-on tasks.” CNN says, “It’s true that most people learn by doing. That’s the innovative approach of a Waldorf education.” Come […]

SGWS Student is Augustus Glop

SGWS student, Gio Palermo, performed as Augustus Glop in Magical Theater’s production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The Show, put on by the Magical Theater Company, ran the first 2 weeks in May, was based on the book by Roald Dahl and directed by Holly Barkdoll. Augustus Glop is the gluttonous boy who can’t […]

7th Grader Zack Tarle Wins Rubber Band Invention Contest

SGWS student, Zack Tarle, has won The University of Akron annual Rubber Band Contest for Young Inventors. We are so proud of Zack who will receive $2,500 for his first place invention of the board game, Spyder, in the Arts and Leisure Division. Zack says, “[My father and I] came up with a game, which combines […]

SGWS Alumni Wins Art Travel Scholarship

SGWS alumni, Hannah Schurr, has been awarded an all-expenses-paid trip to London, Salsburg, Vienna, Venice and Rome. Schurr,who is majoring in drawing with a minor in art history at Edinboro University in Pennsylvania, competed against students from 14 Penn State Universities for this honor. Students had to provide a resume, recommendations, samples of work and complete interviews before […]

Spring SGWS Alumni News

Once again, SGWS graduate, Isabella Sparhawk, makes the news. She has not only been granted a patent for her science project work this year; her project has also advanced to be judged at Intel ISEF, the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. The Intel fair is this week, May 12 to 17, and offers cash […]