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8th grade boards a bus for their final camping trip to Zion National Park with their EBWS classmates.

East Bay Waldorf School is proud to send off its most recent graduating class into various High Schools around the Bay Area. Several of the students have been together since the Parent Child program at EBWS, and still others have joined us along the way. In noting their school intentions for next fall of 2016, we asked the 8th graders to tell us:

 

“Where will you be going to high school, and what will you be taking away from East Bay Waldorf School?”

 

Ryan – San Francisco Waldorf High School; “I’m taking a lot of things because I feel very well rounded from this school.”

Heron – San Francisco Waldorf High School; “Memories, lifelong relationships and confidence in math.”

Brigit – San Domenico High School; “I’m taking away an understanding of art that I might not otherwise have had.”

Eliana – Berkeley High School; “A lot of great memories with my classmates, and a good understanding of how I learn.”

Abbot – Las Lomas High School; “I have confidence and self-respect, because people at EBWS give you respect.”

Aditya – San Francisco Waldorf High School; “Waldorf has made me well-rounded – as in handwork, the arts and things like unicycle riding.”

Arianne – Bayhill High School; “I’ve learned to appreciate others.”

Lukas – Berkeley High School; “I’m thankful for a fruitful and rich education.”

Alejandra – St. Mary’s High School; “I’m taking away friendships.”

Alex – John Swett High School; “Great memories of my friends and the ability to climb trees.”

Jens – Berkeley High School; “I’m taking away a couple of the class reader books I never returned, and good memories.”

Carolina – Holy Names High School; “I’m taking away my great friends and great memories.”

Marlo – John Swett High School; “My best friend and the creative experience.”