As our students enter the wider world, they enter a new phase in their life journey. With a strong foundation in academics and practical skills, these young people are able to move into the world with confidence, and a true appreciation of the joy of learning. The Waldorf School of Philadelphia is proud of all of its graduates.

High School acceptances for the Class of 2019: George School, Science Leadership Academy, Science Leadership Academy - Bieber, Germantown Friends School, Abington Friends School, LaSalle College High School, St. Joseph's Preparatory School, The Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts, Central High School, Girard Academic Music Program, William Penn Charter School, Franklin Learning Center, George Washington Carver High School of Engineering and Science, Academy of the New Church, Friends Select School, Martin Saints Classical High School, Academy at Palumbo

Leah Bakely, ‘08

“In fact, I’d say Waldorf set me up for a lifelong love of learning. Waldorf also taught me not to fear what I didn’t know how to do, because at Waldorf I learned to do a bit of everything: to read music, to carve a hexagonal bowl, to make a main lesson book on the anatomy of the human body.”
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Chloe (Teddy) Hannah-Drullard, ‘12

“I do very well in school, but I still don’t care at all about transcripts or accolades––I just love to learn and explore, and Waldorf is definitely the reason.”
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Oliver Mitchell-Boyask, ’11

“I just thought we [raised money to travel to Costa Rica] because it was a cool thing to do. But raising the requisite funds led us to essentially run a business for three years -- teaching us how to plan financial decisions and treat customers. The trip itself provided valuable lessons in self-reliance, teamwork, perseverance, and fortitude.”
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Charlotte McCoubrey, ’05

"My teachers at Waldorf were concerned with how I was developing as a person and not just how I was performing academically, and I can see how that benefited me greatly - it definitely gave me a sense of independence and individuality.”
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