The Developmental Approach in a Waldorf High School Curriculum
Karen Grant, high school english teacher at Highland Hall, offers parents insights into the developmental approach to the Waldorf high school curriculum.Uploaded Sep 09, 2013
Highland Hall Farm Tour from our April 21 Event
On April 21, Highland Hall hosted a Farm to Table dinner in honor of Earth Day.Uploaded May 21, 2013
The food for the event was prepared using fresh ingredients from our own school gardan.
Parents, visitors and children at the event were given a tour of the farm by Highland Hall's biodynamic gardner, Nitza Bernard. They viewed the garden beds, which the children tend in gardening class as part of the Waldorf curriculum. They also visited the brand new chicken coop (built by the third grade) and learned about our bee hives on campus.
Children in grades 1-6 tend the farm as part of our Waldorf curriculum.
We invite you to visit the farm in person...in the meantime enjoy this video.
To schedule a tour of Highland Hall, please call Lynn van Schilfgaarde at 818-349-1394 x 211 or email email@example.com.
Kristen and Stephen Stills Interview on KLOS on the Importance of Music and Arts in Education
On November 7, 2012, Cynthia Fox of 95.5 KLOS radio, interviewed Highland Hall parents Kristen and Stephen Stills. On a radio podcast and short video, they describe why they chose Waldorf education for their son, and why they feel integrating arts and music into the academic curriculum is important.Uploaded Nov 19, 2012
May Faire at Highland Hall
Here is a glimpse of the magic of Highland Hall's May Faire. Enjoy!Uploaded Apr 09, 2013
Highland Hall Waldorf School's Adam Adorney - 2014 National Merit Scholarship Commended Student
Highland Hall Waldorf School, class of 2014, Adam Adorney discusses becoming a "Commended Student" by the National Merit Scholarship Association and his experience at Highland Hall Waldorf School.Uploaded Dec 02, 2013 to High School (9-12)