On June 4, Abigail Levene (MWS '05) graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University with High Honors in Sociology and a minor in Global Health and Health Policy. A member of the track and field and cross country teams, Abigail received the Myers Award for distinction in scholarship, athletic performance, and character. In the fall, she will attend graduate school at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Congratulations!
Mack Tasoulas (MWS '10) received the award for Leadership at Tilton School - given to one senior- for his leadership as a Dorm Proctor and as a football player. He will be playing for the Curry Colonel Football team at Curry College, Milton, Massachusetts in the fall. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Kenny Monroe (MWS '07). He has just been accepted at Harvard Law School.
"I leaned toward the sciences in high school. My scientific thinking capacities were developed in my lab work in seventh and eighth grade. We were expected to observe, think practically, make connections, and describe relationships." Karl Wetterhorn, Monadnock Waldorf School Alumnus
"At Monadnock Waldorf School you receive a kind of attention that elevates your confidence, a confidence you will always carry with you." Brian Gehan, MWS 1989
"Waldorf education provides a different view of the human being. We are seen not as just input/output machines but as whole human beings." Peter Buckbee, MWS 1994
"People ask: What's the Waldorf difference? Problem solving, creative thinking. Learning to do everything. And being willing to do everything." Emily Becker Whyte MWS 1994