Class of 2016 Eighth Grade Projects: Developing Talent and Finding Voice

The Eighth Grade Projects One unique rite of passage in a student’s final year at the Waldorf School at Moraine Farm is the completion of a capstone project, which the students begin working on during the summer preceding eighth grade. The independent projects are...

Inside and Outside Our Classrooms

A Curriculum Update Twice a year our teachers share a brief summary of what’s been happening inside their classrooms. As you read through these curriculum updates, you can sense how a Waldorf education actively engages the body, mind, and will, allowing the students...

Epic Performance

Fifth-graders work on final touches for their performance of The Mahabharata, Thursday, March 29, 2012. The students will give two performances, with the second on Friday, March 30th at 630 p.m. The ancient Indian play features personal plots, conflicts and...

Queen of Her Times

The sixth grade gave their second of two performances of “Her Three Kings”, a play about Eleanor of Aquitaine, on Thursday, March 8, 2012 . The students gave a great performance for parents, teachers, and friends alike. Sixth-grade teacher Anna Scalera...

Quest for the Ice Dragon

Second graders gave an animated poem recital of “Quest for the Ice Dragon” written by grandparent Beth Crowe. The kids had a lot of fun acting out the different lines in costume for family and friends. Mrs. Crowe also worked with the students to create a...

Break a Leg – The Eighth Grade Play

The eighth grade class gave their fourth and final performance of “The Servant of Two Masters” on Friday, January 27, 2012. Their teacher, Sabrina Babcock, has been with the class since first grade.  She and the class received an appreciative final...