"Waldorf students are encouraged to live with self-assurance, reverence for life, and a sense of service."
--Ernest Boyer, President, Carnegie Institute for the Advancement of Teaching & former U.S. Commissioner of Education
Washington Waldorf School Alumni are the legacy of our school. Whether you attended three years of Children's Garden or twelve years in the Lower School through High School, you are an alumnus of WWS and part of the WWS family.
We want to stay connected with you, to keep you informed about current happenings and help you stay connected with each other. Here are a few ways to connect back with the school, your teachers, and classmates:
- Become a fan of our Facebook page
- Follow us on Twitter (dcwaldorf)
- Subscribe to the Bulletin
- Volunteer for events or other needs at WWS
- Come to the annual Fall Bazaar on Saturday, November 21, 2015.
And last but not least, we want to hear from you! Please send us a message about what you're doing. Please make sure to include your contact information (email and address).
Here is what some of our alumni are doing:
- Documentary film on the environmental crisis by Sylvie Rokab (2006)
- Daniela Anderson's (2008) blog about her work on leprosy
- Dharam Khalsa (2007) has a blog about "Bringing the Burrito to Bangladore"
- Abby Wacker (2006) travels through India and documents her adventures in her blog
- Visual Journalist Jeff Johns (2003)
- Rachel Conrad produced a documentary on hydroelectric-river diverson project in Ecuador
- Ryan and Colin Taliaferro recently graduated from Sterling College with a Bachelor of Arts in livestock production and livestock production management, respectively.
- Among other activities and studies, Ryan Kuleza is enjoying great success in the pool at Bowdoin in Maine.