Tradition &

AATG Recognizes 6 Outstanding Waldorf Students!

This year, 1,080 students in New York State, took a National German Exam administered by the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG), with  20,640 total students participating across the country.  For the past thirty-five years, Waldorf students in their second, third, and fourth years of high school German have participated in this nationally administered exam which tests listening and reading comprehension.  This year, six Waldorf students were among the 37 who were honored from Long Island for their outstanding achievement on this competitive exam.

This year’s winners from the Waldorf School were:

Amanda Sorenson (First Place, Level III Award)

Boris Epie (Second Place, Level III Award)
Kate Keane  (Third Place, Level III Award)
Emily Brew (Fifth Place, Level III Award)
Alessandra Fraim  (Sixth Place, Level II Award)

Noah Negri (Seventh Place, Level II Award)

All students received a plaque and prizes at an Awards Dinner in recognition of their outstanding achievements.  The dinner, sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG), is an annual event to recognize dedication to the study of German on the high school level.   Congratulations to all of our winners!