Solomon Bennett, Class of 2018 Berkshire Waldorf’s 2017 soccer season opened with the full force of the hot summer sun beating down on the players on the field, sweat plastering their bodies. Halfway through the season, the chilled fingertips of winter begin to grasp at the warm light. […]
Dimitri Koufis, Class of 2018 Since the founding of Berkshire Waldorf High School, students have been able to choose between German and Spanish as their foreign languages. This year the school is offering a third language option for students: a French elective taught by Rachel Siegel. Ms. Siegel […]
Luke Lamond, Class of 2019 This November 11th marked the Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School’s 45th annual Holiday Handcraft fair. Our High School holds a booth there each year, selling popcorn and hot chocolate to benefit any of our endeavors. One student stayed for the entire multiple-hour period, […]
Botany cartoon by Sebastian Lamond, Class of 2018.
Luke Lamond, Class of 2019, and Simon Hoel, Class of 2020 New math and physics teacher Susan Bilodeau says her number one goal is “to get students interested in and excited about math and science.” Ms. Bilodeau joins our faculty this year to teach two sections of math, […]
Solomon Bennett, Class of 2018 This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The passionate energy, flowing creativity, and unchecked fun that is Shakespeare & Company’s Fall Festival is unlike anything that exists elsewhere. Every fall, ten high schools situated in and around the Berkshires come together to rehearse and […]
By Katie Rumin, Class of 2021 Sylvie was cooking dinner, wondering where her sons were; they were long ago supposed to have come back from a Halloween party. From time to time she stared out the window at the old, dilapidated graveyard just behind her house. As she […]