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The Stuff of Trust

March 29, 2017

“Love is higher than opinion. If people love one another the most varied opinions can be reconciled–thus one of the most important tasks for humankind …

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In the Woods, Preparing for First Grade

March 29, 2017

Every Friday at Three Cedars, the oldest children in both kindergarten classes come together for Woods Day, which includes rigorous physical activity and ample free …

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Reflection on Vital Virtues

March 08, 2017

During the February break, Waldorf teachers from around this region gathered at our high school campus for the annual AWSNA teachers’ conference. It was a …

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Staying the Course

February 01, 2017

Last Thursday a class teacher turned to me following the morning verse and asked imploringly, “What can we do?” Her pain was evident as her …

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Thoughts on Media

January 31, 2017

Some very interesting and thought-provoking conversations on media use have been coming up during our Parent and Tot classes recently and honestly, how could they …

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"After raising four children to adulthood and moving them in and out of various schools and homeschooling, I have one major regret. I would now choose to send all my children to Waldorf School K-12. Watching my youngest son’s graduating class last year, I realized how incredibly powerful experiencing the entire curriculum is for the development of the child’s whole being. It was palpable." Alumni Parent
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