Wednesday, March 2011
The senior year at a Waldorf school is designed to be a culmination of the students’ education and a preparation for their next step in life. The senior curriculum leads the students through a study of the human being’s relationship with the world while synthesizing the high school themes of phenomenological, comparative and analytical thinking.
Click here for further details about the history and significance of the senior projects as they fit into the Waldorf curriculum.
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