Category Archives: Waldorf Education

A New Short Film on Waldorf Education

Why Waldorf — from the Marin Waldorf School

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Reading Is Elemental

Professor Helen Vendler, a distinguished scholar and leading American poetry critic, imagines what kind of early schooling would produce great readers.   Here’s what she says: In a utopian world, I would propose, for the ultimate maintenance of the humanities … Continue reading

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CAWS in the news

If you see this paper around, make sure to pick up a copy.  North Shore Children & Families has printed a great article on Cape Ann Waldorf School.  You can read it on their web site or by clicking on … Continue reading

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Wherever I May Wander…Boundless Love Will Flourish

The level of giving by our faculty is staggering sometimes. First, they and their students came before the school for the April assembly, sharing the work of the eight small communities that comprise our eight wonderful grades. Then the faculty … Continue reading

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Updated Curriculum Descriptions

If you haven’t seen the updated curriculum descriptions, please take a look.  They provide a rich description of our Waldorf grade school education and how it meets the children at each stage of development.  Thanks to Kelly Hiselman, Director of … Continue reading

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Frederick Olmsted Meets Rudolf Steiner: Finding the Path to the Cape Ann Waldorf School’s New Home

Our eighth-grade English teacher, Jenny Helmick (photo right), has written a wonderful new history of Cape Ann Waldorf School and our transition to Moraine Farm, complete with photographs, a discussion of Waldorf education and the environment – even a superb … Continue reading

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