Highland Hall Waldorf School

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Located on an 11-acre campus in Northridge, California, Highland Hall Waldorf School is an independent alternative school serving children from nursery through grade twelve with additional Parent and Child classes. Established in 1955, the school is the first Waldorf school in the western United States and is one of approximately 1000 Waldorf schools worldwide. The curriculum is based on the work of Rudolf Steiner.

Sports[edit]

Sports programs begin in middle school for grade 6 through 8. Girls' volleyball, girls' and boys' basketball and baseball are all offered at the middle school level. High school sports include women's and men's basketball, men's baseball, women's softball, women's volleyball, co-ed soccer, golf and archery.

Notable Alumni from Highland Hall[edit]

Coordinates: 34°14′42″N 118°30′20″W / 34.24500°N 118.50556°W / 34.24500; -118.50556