Ornithopter, based on a Leonardo da Vinci design, built and flown by Oskar Hurst, Class of 2022, for Dr. Sagarin’s Medieval and Renaissance History course. (In case you can’t see, there’s no propellor–it flies by flapping its wings!)
CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 2021 on the following college admissions: Ken Bellamy: Colorado Mountain College, Leadville Julia Colodny: Gap year Sadie Curtis: Bryn Mawr College, Oberlin College, University of Vermont Lucas Estern: American University, Emerson College, Lewis & Clark College, The New School, Pitzer College, Reed College, Sarah Lawrence College, Skidmore College, University of […]
You have questions about high school. We have answers. Join us for a virtual Open House Monday, April 12, 2021 7:00-8:00 p.m. Students, parents, and teachers from our school will introduce themselves and answer your questions. Interested? Email Sarah Blexrud, Admissions Director, email@example.com to obtain a secure link. Become yourself.
Join us! Art by Iris Gudeon, Class of 2022. Sponsored and organized by Berkshire Waldorf High School Students in Action (SIA).
Senior seminar in Modern Literature & Philosophy with Ms. Stier. No more remote learning! Hurray … feels so good to be together in person again.
Literature and history teachers Samantha Stier and Stephen Sagarin participated in an AISNE webinar on “Go Beyond an Awareness of Racism – Contribute to the Formation of a Truly Just and Equitable Society.” The talk was presented by #1 New York Times bestselling author Ibram X. Kendi, and was followed by a member-facilitated AISNE community […]
Today was a cold and windy bluebird day to end the school’s ski season at Ski Butternut. There was plenty of snow on the trails but not many skiers. Two unidentifiable chaperones on almost empty slopes! It’s been a great winter–lots of snow, wonderful afternoons on the hill. Thank you and see you next year!
Dr Sagarin taught Anatomy to the eighth grade at the Berkshire Waldorf School. For their main lesson books, they drew and labeled the muscular system and the human brain.
Congratulations to Malina Jackson, Class of 2023, 3rd prize winner in the Spencertown Academy Arts Center’s Young Writers Competition 2020. Judges are authors or publishing professionals; here’s what they said about Malina’s story, “A Part of Something Bigger”: “Reimagining history viscerally via well-researched details, this story of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire as experienced by a […]