Berkshire Waldorf High School, founded in 2002, is a college preparatory, coeducational day school that enrolls approximately 50 students in grades 9 through 12. The school provides an education for adolescents that seeks truth, develops imagination, nurtures growth, fosters responsibility, and honors inner freedom in an atmosphere of academic excellence, artistic fulfillment, openness, and mutual respect.
Highlights of Berkshire Waldorf High School include:
- Seminar-style, discussion-based classes
- Projects and portfolios
- An emphasis on writing well
- Projects, field trips, travel, and internships
Berkshire Waldorf High School’s “Small School, Big World” model is a sustainable, creative, flexible community-integrated approach to educating adolescents that uses existing facilities and resources—among them, Stockbridge Library, fields, courts, and restaurants; Shakespeare & Company and the Unicorn Theatre of Berkshire Theater Group; Berkshire South Regional Community Center and Simon’s Rock College athletic center and labs; SkiButternut and Catamount Ski Area; Berkshire Art Center; and local artists’ and artisans’ studios and workshops.
Berkshire Waldorf High School assists teens in finding their voices and in developing their interests in the world and the future. We work for all students to become themselves.