Summer Camp Fun!

Summer Camp Fun!

We are halfway through our summer program at SWS, and our campus is abuzz with activity! From Magical Crafts to Dungeons and Dragons and Outdoor Adventures, students have had fun on campus and off. Face paint, clay sculptures, tie dye, gardening, rock climbing, water...
Class of 2022 Graduation Speeches

Class of 2022 Graduation Speeches

At graduation this year, Luna Schindler-Payne and Declan Miller represented the class of 2022. Their speeches are excerpted below. “When I think about the past four years, memories of sunsets and studying flood my mind. As I sort through the joyful and the...
Lunch Clubs Inspire Connection, Belonging, and Fun!

Lunch Clubs Inspire Connection, Belonging, and Fun!

By Brandon Hoang Inspired to promote positive change and make an impact on their communities, Seattle Waldorf School students have begun to make a mark on their school. This all stems from the lunch clubs students are voluntarily attending during their school week....
Obstacle Course Club Teaches Life Lessons

Obstacle Course Club Teaches Life Lessons

By Mikio Shioya and Syd Shannon Cool, muddy days are giving way to warmer weather! Students in grades 1–4 are outside and blossoming, right alongside the flowers, at our spring Obstacle Course Club. Jump here, side-step there, slow down and balance on this…. The...
Banned Books

Banned Books

By Poppy Siobhan Hufstader, grade 11 student History. You can see the story in the very word. I always have. From my first tale of Mesopotamia baking the first bricks in the beating sun to ancient Greece- their wild myths, bloody, beautiful sacrifices, white-robed...
Wet-on-Wet Watercolor

Wet-on-Wet Watercolor

Excerpted from the grade 5 weekly update from Grace Bowen Wet-on-wet watercolor painting is a fairly challenging painting technique taught in many Waldorf schools. It asks the students to balance water and pigment to create a painting that is not too dry and scratchy,...