Embracing Technology After Waldorf

*Blog Written By Amelia Vinsel – Class of 2014 As someone who attended a Waldorf school since preschool, my education was pretty much completely free of computers, the internet, and the media industry. In the lower grades, we worked in a way that was completely independent of the use of most modern technology of any kind. In high school, while we did use computer programs to type papers,...
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Writing the College Essay

The hardest part about writing the college essay is picking one moment in your life that you feel captures your existence so completely that it should determine your future. The Common Application asks seventeen year olds to choose that moment, then write about it, using only 650 words. Not many high school seniors have lived through such a pivotal experience yet; I certainly haven’t. But it’s...
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10th Grade Odyssey Trip – by Mr. Lytle

Deciding between Charybdis’ whirlpool and Scylla’s deadly cliffs; remaining vigilant and open to inspiration in the face of the narrow-minded tunnel-vision of the cyclops, Polyphemus; drawing upon inner fortitude during a trip into the underworld; a match-up of will and intellect versus the awesome forces of nature (and the gods!); and this against the backdrop of an...
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