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In Bloom! 20th Anniversary Celebration & Spring Auction

Purchase Your Tickets Today!
You are warmly invited to In Bloom!, a celebration of our 20th anniversary and spring auction fundraiser! What better way to celebrate our school's history than to reconnect with friends old and new, while supporting the school’s largest fundraising event of the year. This adults-only event boasts unique live and silent auction items, music, dancing, and delicious food and drink. 
 
Details:
  • Saturday, April 29 from 7-10:30 pm; Special alumni reception at 6:30 pm
  • Waldorf High School Auditorium
  • Purchase tickets here or return the RSVP form to our front office
 
Thanks to generous donors, tickets for this fabulous evening are as low as $20.
*Items up for bid include stays on Cape Cod and Vermont, a cello concert in your home by alum David Yudis ‘16, a tour of the Here and Now studio, one of Ms. Delaney’s world-famous knitted gnomes, and more.

Schedule: The evening begins with live music, cocktails, light refreshments and a silent auction. Next up is a sit-down dinner, followed by a short and sweet live auction. Following the auction we’ll honor our teachers, have some dessert and coffee, then dance the night away.

Attire: Wear what makes you feel great. Feeling festive? Bust out your best party clothes. Or, dress in business casual. Either way, you can celebrate our school’s 20th anniversary by dressing in navy blue and white with a splash of orange.

Honor our Teachers: Help toast our wonderful teachers. Toasts are just $5 each and will be read anonymously from the stage.

$500 Raffle: Enter this ever-popular raffle for your chance to win $500!

Toasts and raffle tickets can be purchased online or by returning the form you received in the mail.

Ticket Prices: Each ticket holder will enjoy refreshments, dinner, dancing, and a glass of wine. Not to mention live music and a chance to mingle with wonderful people. No matter what you choose to pay for your ticket (as low as $20 to as much as you want to give) we hope you will join us for this wonderful evening. It’s not a party without you!

Are you a WHS Alum? Join us for a special alumni reception at 6:30 pm before the doors open to the general community. You’ll receive an additional complementary glass of wine and have a chance to catch up with old friends and make some new ones, too! We can’t wait to welcome you back!
 
 




Information Session: April 7, 2015

What makes Waldorf High School unique? It is how our curriculum and style of teaching meet the essential questions of the adolescent. As one of our 12th grade students said, "I continue to be astonished by the intellectual, ethical, and physical problems that my classmates at Waldorf High School tackle daily, and the thoughtful responses they give to questions with which human beings have struggled throughout history." We invite you to visit our Information Session on Tuesday, April 7, 10:15 am to 12:00 pm to learn more! Additional upcoming Information Sessions are April 7 and April 30.

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"Before the Whale" at WHS

Waldorf High School's 10th grade will present their class play, Before the Whale, directed by Joseph O'Donnell.  The performance will take place this Friday evening, March 13 at 7:30 pm in the WHS auditorium.

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"Who We Are"

View Waldorf High School's video, "Who We Are", created by WHS parent, Fiona Turner. Go to the Welcome page in "About Us",  Who We Are.

"To the Moon and Much Further"

An Evening of Tennessee Williams
Students from Waldorf High School's drama elective will present an evening of Tennessee Williams. The performance will include scenes from "The Glass Menagerie", "This Property is Condemned", and "Hello from Bertha". All are invited to attend: Friday February 27th at 7:30 pm.
Joseph O'Donnell directs a rehearsal for "To the Moon and Much Further"


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Snow Day: Tuesday, March 10th.

Due to the large amount of snow removal taking place and the shut down of the MBTA rail system, Waldorf High School is closed Tuesday, February 10th. The Information Scheduled for today is also cancelled. The next Information Session will take place Thursday, February 26th.

Delayed Opening on Thursday, January 29

Classes begin at 10:45 am
On Thursday we will have a 2-hour delay so classes will begin at 10:45. The building will be open at 8:30 am. 
Our Information Session will take place as scheduled.
The girls' basketball game is postponed.
The boys' basketball game with Waring will begin at 3:30.


2014-2015 Publications

Comet Newsletter -- September 12, 2014

The strengths of Waldorf High School are many. One is the acceptance of all students and the welcoming, nonjudgmental atmosphere. Another is capturing the interest of students; it is real experiential learning.
Waldorf High School Parent
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