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...
Grade 4 Salmon in Schools Project

Grade 4 Salmon in Schools Project

By Ashley Umlauf, Grade 4 Class Teacher For the first time ever, Seattle Waldorf School is participating in the Seattle Salmon in Schools project. This project is a city-wide effort supported by Seattle Public Utilities and several area watersheds, as well as a...
“Love Rocks” High School Climbing Program

“Love Rocks” High School Climbing Program

At Seattle Waldorf School, the physical education classes we offer align with student development throughout the grades and emphasize healthy development of physical and social skills, confidence, team collaboration, and sportsmanship. In the early grades, students...
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...
The Largest Onion

The Largest Onion

Widely used to add flavor to all sorts of delicious dishes in many different cultures, the onion is thought to be one of the oldest cultivated plants. Hunter-gatherer societies probably harvested and transported onions long before our ancestors started farming them. I...