Jun
20
8:30 am08:30

Adjacent Property Clean-Up

Santa Fe Waldorf School has benefited for years from the use of the lovely adjacent 44+ acre parcel of land and wishes to express its thanks for ongoing use of that space by supporting in a morning work party with the community of La Mariposa Montessori School who has taken ownership of the land. Students, parents, faculty, staff and trail runners are encouraged to bring gloves, wheelbarrows, rakes and shovels to help with debris removal in the morning hours. Don't forget your sunhats! Volunteers will gather in the high school parking lot of the Santa Fe Waldorf School at 8:30am for brief introductions and orientations.

Aug
21
8:30 am08:30

SFWS Natural Area Clean-Up

Join your SFWS community in an extensive brush clean-up to improve the natural areas enjoyed by our students near Hooper Hall and the High School. Students, alumni, parents, faculty, and staff are encouraged to bring gloves, wheelbarrows, rakes and shovels to help with debris removal. Following our early morning efforts SFWS will provide water, coffee, tea, snacks and opportunity for convivial conversation at Hooper Hall. Volunteers will gather behind Hooper Hall (near the bus parking) at 8:30am for brief introductions and orientations. Don't forget those sun hats!


HS WALK-A-THON
May
15
10:15 am10:15

HS WALK-A-THON

  • Magers Park, Ft. Marcy Complex

Every year Santa Fe Waldorf High School students organize a walk-a-thon to benefit a charitable cause selected by the Student Council. 

Proceeds from this year’s Walk-a-thon will benefit the Village Bicycle Project. The Village Bicycle Project is a successful development project that gives people in Africa a tool to improve their lives by giving them access to affordable transportation.
Visit  http://www.villagebicycleproject.org  for additional information.

Due to the recent devastating earthquake in Nepal, the Student Council has adjusted the Walk-a-thon fundraising plan in order to donate to a second cause through the GoPhilanthropic Foundation - an organization that will donate 100% of raised funds to the Nepal earthquake victims. Visit http://www.gophilanthropic.org/ for additional information.

If you have any questions, please contact Santa Fe Waldorf High School Student Council Advisor, Elliot Ryan, at 505.467.6423 or email eryan@santafewaldorf.org.

This year's Walk-a-thon will depart the SFWS campus at 10:15am, walk to Magers Field (at the Ft. Marcy complex) for lunch, and bus back for normal departure time.

Senior Play, "Noises Off"
May
14
7:00 pm19:00

Senior Play, "Noises Off"

Noises Off! opens as a woefully unprepared theater company from small town USA runs through its final dress rehearsal for a British comedy, Nothing On, in which two couples (and lots of sardines) have secretly retreated to a secluded country home for a bit of afternoon delight. Nothing On dissolves into the worst nightmare of directors, actors, and theater lovers. Come see why—the laughs will make you never forget how good it could feel or how awful it could feel after the evening of the big performance!

Performance Information:
May 13th & 14th
7:00-8:30 PM
High School Great Room
Cost: $5.00 per ticket
Open to the Public

Senior Play, "Noises Off"
May
13
7:00 pm19:00

Senior Play, "Noises Off"

Noises Off! opens as a woefully unprepared theater company from small town USA runs through its final dress rehearsal for a British comedy, Nothing On, in which two couples (and lots of sardines) have secretly retreated to a secluded country home for a bit of afternoon delight. Nothing On dissolves into the worst nightmare of directors, actors, and theater lovers. Come see why—the laughs will make you never forget how good it could feel or how awful it could feel after the evening of the big performance! 

Performance Information:
May 13th & 14th
7:00-8:30 PM
High School Great Room
Cost: $5.00 per ticket
Open to the Public

May
12
8:30 am08:30

Parent Visitor Morning

Visitor Mornings provide parents an overview of Waldorf education from preschool through high school and includes visits to classrooms, meeting teachers, and seeing samples of student work. 

Please RSVP to Brent Poole at 505.467.6431

May
9
7:00 pm19:00

Lifesongs Spring Concert

  • Lensic Theather

An intergenerational celebration of elder's lives with professional musicians, choirs, and Santa Fe Waldorf School 4th, 7th, and 11th graders collaborating on stage.

Tickets are available online.

May Faire
May
1
9:45 am09:45

May Faire

May Faire honors an ancient festival marking the changing of the seasons. The tree of life was part of this ritual. The tree of life is today the May Pole, bedecked with ribbons and flowers. The ground is strewn with the blossoms of spring, and the children, many wearing flowers, dance and sing around the May Pole. Songs, dancing, games and food all add to the gaiety of the day.

Please feel free to join us for coffee or tea at 9:45 AM. May Faire festivities will begin at 10:45 AM this year.