Sacramento Waldorf High School
The Sacramento Waldorf School High School has been preparing young people to live fulfilling lives for more than 30 years. We provide a comprehensive educational experiences that offers rigorous challenges in sciences, humanities, arts, and mathematics within a community of passionate students, dedicated teachers, and involved parents.
At the Sacramento Waldorf School High School, Arts permeate the intellectually challenging curriculum. Education-in the classroom, in the lab, on the playing field, on the working farm, in the studio, on stage- always occur with in the context of relationship.
The Waldorf approach is experiential and interdisciplinary. Students spend considerable time with the real world applications of concepts presented in the classroom. In trig, our students surveyed the campus, in biology they evaluate the ecosystem of our streams, and in architecture, they visit neighborhoods and develop models for redevelopment. In this way, students deepen their learning and do far more than simply memorize. They experience and fully engage with their studies.
Subjects are studied in concert, not in isolation. Our teachers demonstrate the interconnectedness of the disciplines - how, for example, history and civics have had profound influence on the development of the arts and sciences. Approaching a subject from a variety of perspectives provides our students with a multi-faceted understanding of complex issues and a more global approach to learning and thinking.
The small size of the school allows for students to develop meaningful relationships with both peers and teachers. Learning occurs in a cooperative yet diverse environment. Our young men and women are challenged to consider the ethical components of their studies and life in our school community. This comprehensive educational experience prepares our graduates to step into the world as a confident, compassionate, resilient, and well-rounded individuals with a capacity for creative, flexible, independent thought.
Sacramento Waldorf School High School graduates have gone on to excel in universities such as Stanford, Rhode Island School of Design, Brown, UC Berkley, Grinnell College, Columbia University, and NYU and have become physicians, documentary filmmakers, psychologists, attorneys, entrepreneurs, computer animators, designers, scholars, and so much more.
Opportunities to pursue a wide range of extra-curricular activities, social events, and foreign study invite young people to follow their interests, hone their skills, and pursue their dreams:
- Foreign Exchange
- High School Play and Musical
- Three Seasons of Sports
- Community Service
- Model United Nations
- Speech & Debate
- Science Club
"Waldorf students are encouraged to live with self-assurance, a reverence for life, and a sense of service." Ernest Boyer, President, Carnegie Institute for the Advancement of Teaching, Former US Commissioner of Education
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Sacramento Waldorf School 3750 Bannister Road, Fair Oaks, California 95628 (916) 961-3900