What makes the Waldorf School so remarkable? We’re intentionally small, so all students get the attention they deserve. Many core academics are taught in intensive blocks, providing learning that is deep and thorough. Woodworking and class plays are as much a part of the curriculum as math and science. In seventh and eighth grades, students go (twice!) a year to our to campus in New Hampshire for a week of bonding together in the great outdoors, sail the ocean on a seaworthy nineteenth century schooner for their eighth grade trip (location varies from year to year), and travel into New York City’s many cultural hotspots to experience firsthand the history, art, music and architecture they’ve studied.