Highland Hall Waldorf School is pleased to offer a limited number of full and partial tuition scholarships for middle and high school students (grades 6-12) from low income families.
"Our purpose with the scholarship is to provide Waldorf education to a wider and under-served segment of the L.A. community, increasing both social and financial diversity on our campus," says Lynn Kern, Highland Hall Administrative Director. "We aim to support these students by giving them the educational resources our school provides to help them succeed in school and in life, despite the challenges of their families’ current financial situation."
Scholarships are limited and are awarded based on students' unique and exceptional capacities. Students with particular talent in academics, the arts, music, athletics, and leadership/community service will be among the first considered.
To apply for a scholarship:
- Parent(s) submit a Tuition Assistance Application through FACTS, our tuition management company. A current U.S. Federal Income Tax Return will be required for the application to be completed and considered. (Scholarships are for U.S. students only.)
- Parent(s) completes the online Student Application.
- Student submits a letter of interest to our Enrollment Director, Kerry Myers, at email@example.com sharing a picture of the exceptional capacities, accomplishments, and talents that qualify him/her as a strong candidate for the award.
- Parent reads, completes, and submits the Scholarship Information form (PDF below).
Select eligible applicants who are awarded the scholarship will be notified by the school's admissions department.Questions? Please contact our Enrollment Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 818-349-1394 x 222.