Steiner graduates appear regularly on the honor rolls of both private and public high schools. They play leading roles in high school sports, music and drama productions and student government.
They go on to some of the finest colleges and universities in the country, and distinguish themselves in every imaginable career.
Of the 22 students in the GBRSS class of 2016, the large majority matriculated to the Berkshire Waldorf High School (Stockbridge, MA).
Three students went on to our local, well-regarded public high school, Monument Mountain Regional High School, and went straight into honors-level classes in math, English and foreign languages.
The rest went to the following prestigious boarding schools:
Suffield Academy (CT)
Emma Willard (NY)
Millbrook Academy (NY)
Interlochen Academy for the Arts (MI)
Simon’s Rock Academy (MA)
Interlochen and Emma Willard have been kind enough to let us know that our students came in well-prepared and are performing at high levels as freshpersons.
Many other independent and boarding high schools are excited to recruit from our student body, including The Berkshire School (NY), Darrow (New Lebanon, NY), Miss Hall’s (Pittsfield, MA), Concord Academy (MA), Choate (MA), Putney (VT) and Walnut Hill (MA).
Being personally acquainted with a number of Waldorf students, I can say that they come closer to realizing their own potentials than practically anyone I know.Dr. Joseph Weizenbaum
Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
If you’ve had the experience of binding a book, knitting a sock, playing a recorder, then you feel that you can build a rocket ship or learn a software program you’ve never touched. It’s not bravado, just a quiet confidence. There is nothing you can’t do. Why couldn’t you? Why couldn’t anybody?Peter Nitze
Waldorf and Harvard graduate
Director of an aerospace company
Waldorf education draws out the best of qualities in young people. While this is not an instant process, the values they learn provide a lifelong platform from which to grow.Gilbert Grosvenor
President Emeritus of the National Geographic Society