Waldorf High School of Massachusetts Bay is an independent faculty-guided school for grades 9-12 in Belmont, Massachusetts. At our school, teenagers discover their strengths, recognize their responsibility to others, and envision the full possibility of their lives.
At the heart of WHS, are the collaborative relationships forged between students and faculty focused on critical and creative thinking. The Waldorf model encourages student learning through a variety of multisensory approaches, both in the classroom and in the real world. Access to knowledge through art, music, and travel in addition to engaging, traditional academic studies and analytical discussions, provide students with an unlimited canvas on which to sketch their identities and envision their futures. Along with a rigorous curriculum, students are given the opportunity to participate in many extracurricular activities such as internships, foreign exchange, student governance, Model UN, sports, music, and drama.
We prepare students for lives of curiosity, creativity, compassion, and courage. WHS alumni attend competitive four-year colleges, with students being accepted into 200+ different colleges over the past ten years. Waldorf students graduate well prepared for further study and are enriched with lifelong friendships, unforgettable experiences, and a drive to impact the world around them.
We accept students throughout the academic year. Please call 617-489-6600 or submit an inquiry form for more information. We look forward to hearing from you!
Waldorf High School of Massachusetts Bay is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America, and the National Council for Private School Accreditation and is a member of the Association of Independent Schools of New England and the National Association of Independent Schools.
"What every parent would wish as the best for his or her children, Waldorf education provides. The fullest development of intelligent, imaginative, self-confident, and caring persons is the aim of Waldorf education. The aim is solidly grounded in a comprehensive view of human development, in an intellectually and culturally rich curriculum, and in the presence of knowledgeable, caring human beings at every stage of the child's education."
- Douglas Sloan, Professor Emeritus, Columbia University