Highland Hall Waldorf School Provides Inside Look to Prospective High School Students - November 27, 2012

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Highland Hall Waldorf School, an independent school in Northridge, California, will host "A Morning in the High School," Tuesday, November 27, 2012 from 7:45 am to 12:15 pm. The school tour and informational presentations are geared toward 6th, 7th and 8th grade students researching their high school options.

Highland Hall Waldorf School
"We offer an academically challenging college preparatory curriculum that is artistically rich and interdisciplinary in approach," says Lynn Kern, Highland Hall's administrative director.

Highland Hall Waldorf School will be hosting "A Morning in the High School," Tuesday, November 27, 2012 from 7:45 am to 12:15 pm. The school tour and informational presentations are geared toward 6th, 7th and 8th grade students researching their high school options.

"We invite these students and their parents to experience the difference a Waldorf high school education offers," says Lynn Kern, Highland Hall's administrative director. "We offer an academically challenging college preparatory curriculum that is artistically rich and interdisciplinary in approach."

Students will tour the 11 acre campus, participate in high school English, mathematics, art and foreign language classes, meet and converse with current high school students, and enjoy musical offerings by Highland Hall’s hand bell choir, chorus and orchestra.

Parents are invited to stay after drop off for light refreshments and a short presentation about Highland Hall’s rich and multidisciplinary high school curriculum. Parents are also invited to enjoy the music with the students at 11:30. The morning will conclude at 12:15 pm.

This event is free to the public and complimentary light refreshments will be served. There is ample campus parking as well as unrestricted street parking. Please RSVP to Lynn Van Schilfgaarde at 818-349-1394 x 211 or to lvs(at)highlandhall(dot)org.

Highland Hall Waldorf School, located in Northridge, CA and founded in 1955, exemplifies the rich educational traditions of the Waldorf School movement. Its unique approach to learning successfully addresses the changing needs and capacities of children at each stage of development from PreK through High School. Fully 98% of its high school graduates move on to renowned colleges and universities; 42% of Waldorf graduates pursue college majors in mathematics or science. Featuring a curriculum of academically challenging lessons infused with arts and hands-on learning, Highland Hall provides students with a solid academic foundation, the ability to think creatively, a sympathetic interest in the world, self-confidence, and an abiding moral purpose.

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