YOUR STORY IS A PART OF OUR STORY
Whether you were a student for two years or for fourteen years, your time at Santa Fe Waldorf School is part of a three decade narrative of inspiration, excitement, excursions, challenges and life-long friendships. We want to reconnect with you, hear your stories, and begin a dialogue about the real meaning of education. Tell us where you're at, where you're going and how best to reach you. . .
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We are happy to present the first issue of Santa Fe Waldorf School's Alumni Magazine. With the intent to have this lead into a bi-annual publication, we encourage students, alumni and parents to keep us informed of news, comings and goings, and generally stay in touch by contacting email@example.com. Our sincere thanks to Cynthia Marshall Shore and Janine Pearson - both current parents - for their steadfast efforts to bring this form of communication to you and our broader community.
"You will be hard-pressed to find another school with as brilliant, caring, and inspiring a faculty as at SFWS. My twelve years as a student at this school molded me into the successful and well-rounded adult I am today. What I really love is that Waldorf education teaches to the whole person. In the end you receive a top-notch academic education, along with the ability to think profoundly, show compassion, have empathy, become a leader, build strong relationships, and understand all sides of a situation. These aren't just skills that will help you in higher education, but will benefit you as a person throughout your entire life." -- CELESTE EIZAGUIRRE (High School Class of 2005)
"Waldorf education has taught, inspired, and prepared me for the world and I am so extremely proud and thankful for it." -- DHYANA SEVERSON (High School Class of 2015)