Still in college and already making their mark.
Waldorf high schools across the United States have an established reputation for excellent college placement. San Francisco Waldorf High School is no exception. Our students are offered acceptance to some of the most prestigious colleges and universities in the country, and they flourish academically, socially, and personally as a result of the skills they developed during their high school years. In addition to excelling academically, our graduates become global citizens and contribute their skills and passions in areas of community development, academia, arts, medicine, business, social entrepreneurship, and more.
Our students attend some of the most selective colleges (e.g. Yale, Brown, Stanford, UC Berkeley, Cornell, Duke, Carnegie Mellon, University of Edinburgh), very selective liberal arts colleges (e.g. Smith, Swarthmore, Oberlin, Wellesley, Wesleyan, Reed, Pomona, Middlebury, Haverford), as well as excellent state universities (e.g. UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, UC Santa Cruz, University of Colorado, University of Washington, Cal Poly, Cal Maritime, San Francisco State University).
Physics Major Maya Silverman '15
Since graduating from SFWHS in June of 2016, Talia Molesworth has been living in Kibbutz Harduf, Israel and volunteering her time as an educator and ecologist. She lives and works on a biodynamic farm where she learns to harvest and restore the land through an ecologically conscious approach and engages with local villagers through a unique education program.
There are many ways to stay connected to friends and the school.
- Explore the alumni area of this website. Read profiles and updates, make a donation, and learn about how you can become involved.
- Attend a Reunion: There are alumni events every winter and early summer, and reunions by class, held on campuses and at local restaurants. Stay tuned for event details!
- Connect via Facebook. Stay in touch with friends and find out the latest school news.
- Become a Class Liaison. The Alumni Association Chair Lea Bushnell ‘11 and class coordinators help keep people connected.
Contact Jess Byron, Advancement Associate: email@example.com