Board of Trustees
Highland Hall’s Board of Trustees is mandated to act in the best interests of the community and ensure that the school operates in a way that is legally sound, fiscally responsible, and that it achieves its overarching purpose. That purpose is reflected in the Ends statement of John Carver's Policy Governance, created by the Board in collaboration with the Collegium.

The members of the Board include parents, teachers, alumni and friends of the school. The Board is not involved in day-to-day management or pedagogical decisions. Rather, it grants authority to the Pedagogical Chair. At its monthly meetings, the Board discusses, and accepts or responds to reports from the Director of Advancement and Operations and the Pedagogical Chair, providing counsel when requested. The Board approves major financial and capital improvement decisions and focuses its time on policies and strategies that are future oriented. The school is deeply grateful for the work of its trustees.
The Collegium

The Collegium of Highland Hall Waldorf School works out of anthroposophy and strives to hold the spiritual inspiration of the school. It works to ensure the strength of the pedagogy and the quality of instruction throughout the school.

The Collegium has responsibility for receiving and holding the pedagogical aspects of the school. It affirms teacher hiring recommendations, supports the ongoing mentoring and professional development of teachers, and makes teacher termination decisions.

Working in collaboration with Operations, the Collegium sets the direction of the school and provides guidance for the pedagogical aspects of the operating budget.

Parents enrolled at Highland Hall have access to the names and contact information of our leadership in Parent Square.  Please contact [email protected] if you need further information.