Inside SWS

Grade 5 Watercolor

Our Finest Hour

March 18, 2020

The sun continues to shine brightly in Seattle — hopefully this lifts your spirits as it does mine. Last weekend a friend shared a wonderful …

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Light and dark structures

From Injustice to Hope

February 05, 2020

As the rain falls on my hooded raincoat, I watch my dog ahead of me on the leash while we walk in loops around my …

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Grade 9 Why Learn Chinese Contest Winners

Grade 9 Students Place in 2020 “Why Learn Chinese” Competition

January 31, 2020

Thirteen Seattle Waldorf High School students in grade 9 and grade 10 submitted photos to the 2020 “Why Learn Chinese” essay and photography competition organized …

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Nature Table

The Physics of Connection

January 15, 2020

“There is an optical illusion about every person we meet.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson In preschool, a child might see a crystal sparkling on a nature …

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Grade 2 Watercolor - Spiral

The Light of Hope

December 11, 2019

It was a dark and rainy December evening in 2011, late on Sunday afternoon. I arrived at Huckleberry Hall anticipating my first Winter Spiral with …

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"SWS provides an inspiring curriculum with artistry and academic challenges woven together and I feel confident that my teenagers will be fully prepared for college and the world." High School Parent
"We love Waldorf kids. We reject some students with 1600s on their SATs and accept others based on other factors, like the creative ability Waldorf students demonstrate." Donna Badrig, Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions for Columbia University