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Shantay Omoroghomwan '17
Shantay Omoroghomwan is a driven, gracious, and well-respected member of our senior class. She has emerged as a leader throughout her four years at Waldorf High School. In addition to her academic accomplishments at our school, Shantay is involved in several extracurricular activities both in and outside of the WHS community.  She has been a member of our soccer and basketball teams all four years and was chosen as team captain in both soccer and basketball this past year. 
 
Shantay is also a member of the Sports Committee, which organizes fundraisers for WHS' Athletic Department. Freshman year, Shantay was elected to be on Student Council and this year was elected by her class to be one of four members of Student Leadership; a group of students that work directly with our Director of School, Mrs. White, to create effective change within the school. Click here to read more. 


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Student Spotlight, Maddie Kaner '17

Maddie Kaner '17 joined Waldorf High School at the start of her junior year. Maddie remembers the transition from a larger, public school as a positive one, "coming to Waldorf after attending a large public school was a breath of fresh air. When I found Waldorf, I blossomed in both the academic and social aspects of my life. With such a diverse student body, we have all learned to celebrate each other's differences, and therefore there is no social pressure.
 
I finally felt as though my ideas are valued, and no longer felt hesitation to share my opinions. The teachers truly care about the student body, and the individualized teaching style allowed me to feel comfortable immediately." Currently at Waldorf High School, Maddie is involved in both outreach committee and peer mentoring committee. She is also a scorekeeper for the basketball team. Click here to read more.


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Student Spotlight, Womsikuk "Kuk" James '17

WHS is proud to shine the current student spotlight on Womsikuk "Kuk" James '17, who is an accomplished musician, writer, and all around great student. Kuk's Native American heritage is one of the most important aspects of his identity. He is Aquinnah Wampanoag and Oglala Lakota - his name, Womsikuk means "eagle" in the Wampanoag language. This past summer, Kuk had the pleasure of attending College Horizons, a college-prep program for Native American students. While there, he met admissions officers from several different colleges who helped to navigate Kuk and his peers through the admissions process. In 2014, Kuk was one of five scholars to win the 2014 Youth Native Writers Essay Contest sponsored by Holland & Knight, the National Indian Education Association and the National Museum of the American Indian. He was the youngest scholar ever to win this award.  Click here to read more. 

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Student News

 
Congratulations to Tariq Ali '19 on a job well done at the MIT Cubing Competition on April 30!
Tariq came in 5th overall in the one-handed 3x3x3 competition by solving the cube in 16.1 seconds. He also placed 9th overall in the regular two-handed 3x3x3 competition with a 9.7 second solve!
Congratulations to Tariq Ali '19 on a job well done at the MIT Cubing Competition on April 30!
Tariq came in 5th overall in the one-handed 3x3x3 competition by solving the cube in 16.1 seconds. He also placed 9th overall in the regular two-handed 3x3x3 competition with a 9.7 second solve!


Shaina Omoroghomwan '16

We are proud to feature Shaina Omoroghomwan '16 in our May Student Spotlight! Shaina is very involved both in and outside of the Waldorf High School community. She has been a key player on our soccer and basketball teams as well as an active member on the school's Student Council and Leadership Committee. Outside of school, Shaina is heavily involved in her church, where she sings in both the English adult choir and the youth bilingual choir. Shaina's favorite aspect of Waldorf High School is "the small and close knit community. Spending my high school in an environment where I am allowed to express myself freely is something that I cherish. I also admire all that Waldorf has to offer, this includes all of the committees, sports, and other extra curricular activities that I have the pleasure of being a part of without fear of denial or judgement". Click here to read more. 


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Gagik Tombulyan '16 & Zion Harris '17

We are proud to feature current WHS students Zion Harris '17 and Gagik Tombulyan '16 in our February Student Spotlight!  Both Zion and Gagik are members of the Boston Ballet School, where they spend several hours each week training for a professional career in dance. READ FULL ARTICLE...



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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.
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