Welcome all new and returning families to the 2018/19 school year!
In a world of increasing violence, many parents and educators are asking, “How can we raise children with the resilience needed to face such challenges?
Hear from our alumni about their favorite things about Highland Hall, how their education helped shape them, and what they are up to now.
Mimi Slawoff, of L.A. Parent, highlights the many enrichment classes and workshops offered at our campus.
Highland Hall is pleased to announce that alumna Deirdre Lyons ('98) has accepted a tenure-track faculty position at the University of California, San Diego at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography (SIO).
It’s been a busy winter getting the farm ready for El Niño and spring planting.
This month Highland Hall alumna and professional guitarist Nita Strauss was interviewed by Richard Bienstock of Rolling Stone Magazine.
Mona Lewis, Highland Hall Handwork Teacher, writes about her work with natural dyes and the benefits it offers to students.
Gardening class teacher Bridget Kelley summarizes the various projects that grades 1-8 have been working on this year. It is quite surprising to realize how much is taught in this class and how much our students have accomplished.
We invite you to learn about our school's perspective on media and technology.
A student's perspective on discovering Waldorf education as a high school student. By Aaron Stemp, 11th grade.
Stop by for fresh organic vegetables from our Biodynamic Farm.
We invite you to read the current list of college acceptances and scholarships for our senior class.
A student's perspective on botany taught by Terra Malmstrom this spring.
We hope you will enjoy a short video about the arts curriculum at Highland Hall.