Students Meet Orca Author and Reporter Lynda Mapes

Students Meet Orca Author and Reporter Lynda Mapes

“Water is Life… To honor and protect the waters is our responsibility as people of the land.” –Winona LaDuke The SWS Wetlands Water Quality Project began with the senior class of 2021 in their biochemistry class with teacher Amanda Ayling. (Follow...
SWS Student Featured in College Magazine Article

SWS Student Featured in College Magazine Article

Seattle Waldorf Senior senior Chi Luu, was recently featured in an article in The Chronicle of Higher Education (October 6), the nation’s preeminent print and web publication covering all aspects of university and college news, trends, and policy. Chi, along with four...
Indigenous People’s Day

Indigenous People’s Day

We are on the ancestral lands of Indigenous peoples. In 2014, the Seattle City Council unanimously voted to honor and commemorate Indigenous Peoples’ Day, named on the second Monday in October to honor Native American cultures and traditions and to celebrate diverse...
Seattle Waldorf School Plastic Film Recycling Program

Seattle Waldorf School Plastic Film Recycling Program

Look around you. How much plastic do you see? The newer concern is how much plastic surrounding us that is too small for you to see. Plastic is a problem that humans created through one main chemical, polystyrene. As a world, according to the BBC in February of 2020,...