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...

Waldorf School at Moraine Farm: Farm and Garden Land Use Proposal

Written by Caroline Horner on behalf of the Science in Nature program Introduction and overall goals: Waldorf School at Moraine Farm is pleased to submit this land use proposal for Mimi Batchelder’s “Bean shed” walled garden. Our goal is to give students, faculty, and...

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...

Pioneers in Soccer

This fall the Waldorf School at Moraine Farm team fielded its first ever soccer team. Calling themselves “The Pioneers,” they opened the season with a tie as they found their footing and began to gel as a team. It didn’t take long, as experienced and...

Mayfair 2013

It was a glorious day — the sun was shining, the birds were singing, and the students of Cape Ann Waldorf School were ready for the annual Mayfair.  All week long, you could hear humming and whistling in the hallways; the songs are certainly infectious.  At 1pm,...