Open Class Morning at The Waldorf School

Join us for Open Class Morning for Students Entering 9th Grade!

This event will take place on Wednesday, May 15th starting at 8:00am

Students entering grade 9 and their parents are invited to spend the morning in a “Main Lesson.” Parents will also have the opportunity to discuss curriculum with Roland Rothenbucher, High School Chair and Ann Mulvehill, Admissions Director.

The event will end at 10:00am

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Roland Rothenbucher  •  High School Chair

Roland earned his Bachelor’s from Hamilton College and his Master’s from Middlebury College. He holds a Waldorf High School Teaching Certification from Rudolf Steiner College in Fair Oaks, California and has New York State’s Permanent Teaching Certification. Roland joined the Waldorf School Faculty in 1979. He has been Chair of the High School since 1996.

Roland’s interests include studies in the Florentine Renaissance, Sanskrit, and practical philosophy. He loves hiking, biking, and tending his raspberry patch.


Ann Mulvehill • Admissions Director, Grades 4-12

Ann Mulvehill received her Undergraduate Degree in Marketing from Le Moyne College in Syracuse, NY and a Master’s Degree in Special Education from Hofstra University. Ann is a graduate of the Winkler Center for Adult Learning Foundation Studies Program. The program includes study of the philosophical and pedagogical works of Rudolf Steiner, the founder of Waldorf Education.

Ann joined the Administrative Team in 2015 in the Development Office and took on the role of Enrollment Director, Grades 4-12 in 2017.

Ann is the parent of two Waldorf graduates who are thriving at Colby College and Tuft’s University. She appreciates the value of a Waldorf Education and feels great satisfaction in helping new families find their way to the School!


RSVP for Open Class Morning at The Waldorf School

Open Class Morning at The Waldorf School is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at 8:00 am. If you would like to attend, please complete the RSVP form below.