Isabella Sparhawk is an SGWS grad whose Mock Trial team for St. Vincent – St. Mary moved on to state competition this March in Columbus. Ms. Sparhawk also won an award at Regionals for Best Attorney. And we also just learned she won 1st Place Grand Champion in the Northeast Ohio Science and Engineering Fair! The Mock […]
William de Cardenas, an SGWS grad and current senior at Theodore Roosevelt High School, in Kent Ohio, has won Best in State in the Verizon App Challenge. Cardenas, along with classmates in the App Club, designed an app to test streams for pollution. The team has qualified for national competition, a $10,000.00 prize and a […]
Spring Garden Waldorf School alumni, Chris Connelly, was awarded the Kroc Fellowship with National Public Radio. The fellowship is an honor to receive and Chris is paid to intern in all aspects of NPR. He is currently a producer for All Things Considered. His next assignments will be as a reporter both producing his own […]
Emma Hunko-Hayneck, SGWS graduate and daughter of SGWS teacher Cate Hunko, had the opportunity to meet President Barack Obama in the Student Center at The Ohio State University. Congratulations Emma!
Northeast Ohio native and Spring Garden Waldorf School alumni, Nate Howe, designed the Olympic logo for NBC 2012’s coverage of the games. Nate transferred to Spring Garden after what he described as being “disengaged, unmotivated and unconnected” to his public school education. Nate continued on in Waldorf education for high school. He is now an EMMY® […]
Parents and students alike are often curious about Waldorf alumni. What becomes of these highly nurtured children when they go out into the world as adults? Let’s find out! – For those who love lists, this website has a comprehensive list of all the famous Waldorf Alumni. – If you’d prefer a more personal […]
Alyssa has been teaching Grade 1 this year at Spring Garden. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of Akron. What is your favorite quote about teaching or education? “Teaching is learning twice.” How did you first hear about Waldorf education? I attended Spring Garden Waldorf School from Kindergarten to […]