PWHS students spend four years immersed in a richly integrated academic, artistic, and social education. Guided by expert teachers, Waldorf high schoolers explore the sciences, arts, and humanities through experiential projects, language study and foreign exchange opportunities, and environmental and sustainability education.
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High School News
The long-standing senior project program gives each student the opportunity to imagine a project that expresses their passions and challenges their abilities. With the guidance of a faculty member and the support of a skilled mentor, each student designs, carries out,...read more
PWHS students explore their interests and capacities through the academic curriculum and also through extracurricular activities such as clubs, internships and service. Courses such as Life Skills and College & Career Guidance are expressly designed to help...read more
Through the PWS Foreign Exchange program, high school students studying a world language–particularly German and Spanish–can make an “exchange” with a Waldorf student and school in another country where that language is spoken. Typically, a PWS...read more
Can you describe your approach to long-term art projects, such as your senior portrait? Elena: It depends on what the project is, but for the Senior Portrait, I have been thinking about it since ninth grade and have been looking forward to it. Listening to music and...read more
Each year, PWHS 12th Grade students create self-portraits as part of their senior art classes. They choose media ranging from oil pastel to encaustic, textiles to clay. Some students reflect their own faces, while others represent themselves through other images....read more
Our athletes, out in the world The Waldorf high school curriculum encourages students to explore the world outside the familiar environs of school and campus through internships, foreign exchange, service learning, and also through our sports program. Every visit to...read more