Camp Glen Brook
In 1946, the 200-acre farm was purchased by a Waldorf teacher as a place for school children to spend summers away from the city in the sun, breezes, and waters of New Hampshire. In 1973, through the efforts and generosity of Peter Curran, former high school principal, the Waldorf School of Garden City acquired Glen Brook. Glen Brook has been a working farm since 1776 and has been the home of farmers, craftsmen, legislators, famous artists, as well as many teachers ever since.
Every year between third grade and graduation, students of the Waldorf School of Garden City travel to Camp Glen Brook in New Hampshire to enhance the curriculum through active learning and reconnect with nature and each other.