Wetlands Water Quality Project

Wetlands Water Quality Project

Written by Melissa Hiner and Slava Trifonov The Seattle Waldorf High School senior class has been working on starting a new and exciting project for the high school. We were given the task of designing and creating a chemistry project for future ninth grade students,...
Citizen Science Project Engages SWS Students

Citizen Science Project Engages SWS Students

Seattle Waldorf School fourth grade gardening students have been participating in a citizen science project with the Thornton Creek Alliance for the past three years. Students monitor local waters for Escherida coli, counting and recording the number of E. coli found...
Outdoor Education Spotlight: The Bald Eagle

Outdoor Education Spotlight: The Bald Eagle

Seattle Waldorf School Garden Educator, Dr. Charlotte Rasmussen, shares her experience viewing bald eagles along the Nooksack River in northern Washington. Majestic and deadly, birds of prey like the bald eagle are exciting to spot and watch along the waterways of the...
Liquid Science

Liquid Science

Set in scenic Magnuson Park, Seattle Waldorf High School is perched on the coast of Lake Washington, the state’s second-largest freshwater lake. The lake offers a host of opportunities for students as they incorporate its beauty into their artwork, sail its waters,...
Grade 8 Takes on Hydraulics

Grade 8 Takes on Hydraulics

After starting the 2020–21 school year online with our distance learning program, Beyond the Classroom, students and teachers alike were excited to meet on campus for an experiential learning day outdoors. Open to all students who are able to attend, these optional...