School Spirit: Waldorf School of Baltimore

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WALDORF SCHOOL OF BALTIMORE 

HESHY, a fourth grader at the Waldorf School, is always willing to lend a helping hand around campus. He especially enjoys caring for the community chickens and exploring the outdoors surrounding his school.

Which two adjectives best describe your school?

Fun and exciting. Waldorf is fun because we do a lot of different activities and not just sit behind a desk. There are also a lot of different fun classes and electives like library, woodworking and nature studies. It’s exciting to have festivals and special events both in class and together with the whole school.

What is the greatest lesson from your school you will take away with you?

Always try and put in your best effort.

Who is your favorite teacher and why?

Mrs. Wolf-Smith has been my teacher for two years already and I’m so happy that she will still be my teacher until sixth grade. I like her because she makes learning fun by having interesting activities. She also works with me and helps me in areas that are hard.

If you could change one rule at your school, what would it be?

I would like to spend more time in the woods and explore further.

What do you think makes your school the best place for you to learn? 

The school gives everyone ways to do what they are good at. There’s a little bit of everything every day and my teacher makes learning fun and interesting. There are also a lot of great specialty classes that I really like. The teachers are very nice and are willing to help you if you need extra help or have a problem. Waldorf is a really great school.

Waldorf seventh grader ZOE has been part of her school community for her entire educational journey. She is a skilled bass player and a standout athlete.

What makes you feel proud to be a student at your school?

Watching myself grow up at the Waldorf School since the Children’s Garden and seeing all the things that I have learned how to do. Going to assemblies and events, I see younger students and I can say I did those same things.

What is the greatest lesson from your school you will take away with you?

Always be kind to others.

Where is your favorite place on campus?

Willow tunnel. The tunnel is sacred and safe. You can take a deep breath and smell nature.

What is your favorite class (or school-related activity)?

Art, because you can express yourself on paper, on wood and in other ways.

What do you think makes your school the best place for you to learn? 

You learn that everyone is different. You can learn how to be talented in different things and not be embarrassed. You can try different things. There are group projects and individual projects.  The best gift you could give your kids is sending them to the Waldorf School!

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