Alumni

Two of the most common questions prospective parents ask are how well our students transition into mainstream high schools and what high schools they attend. A Waldorf education is designed to give students the social confidence and mental flexibility to tackle any challenge -- including high school! Please see our curriculum guide and FAQ page for more information on high school readiness. And see below for a list of local high schools to which recent WSNO graduates have been accepted.

 

Congratulations to our graduating 8th grade class of 2016!


Kylie Curry-De la Salle High School
Aria Davis- Academic portion still deciding/NOCCA Visual Arts (one of 13 available spots.)
Aidan Jeane- Brother Martin High School ( one of 30 spots available)
Ethan Jones-NOCCA Academic program/NOCCA Culinary Arts ( one of 11 available spots) Also accepted to De la Salle High School
William LaCombe-Brother Martin High School (one of 30 spots available)
Ava Marshall-De la Salle High School
Penelope Stryjewski-Ursuline Academy/NOCCA Visual Arts (one of 13 spots available)
Lola Smith-NOCCA Academic program/NOCCA Theater Design (one of seven spots available). Also accepted to Lusher School and Warren Easton School.

 

 

 

My favorite memory from my WSNO experience is our 8th grade trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico. We enjoyed the hot springs, hiked a desert, and learned more about Native American culture first hand. 

 

Spencer Rubenstein

Broward College

Studying computer science

 

 

Our graduates attend high schools all over the city.  In the last four years our students have been accepted to the following schools:

 

Archbishop Rummel High School

Benjamin Franklin High School

Brother Martin High School

Cabrini High School

De La Salle High School

International High School of New Orleans

Isidore Newman School

Jesuit High School

Lusher Charter School

Metairie Park Country Day School

New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA): Culinary Arts, Visual Artis, Theatre Design

St. Augustine High School

St. Martin's Episcopal School

Ursuline Academy

 

We did so much writing and storytelling at WSNO that by the time I started high school I was comfortable writing essays, handling projects, and telling stories through my acting on stage.  All of our studies in world history, world cultures,  and world geography also prepared me for my history classes.

 

Mary Jordan Rubenstein

Ursuline High School