Where Students Go
Waldorf School of Princeton alumni attend a wide variety of independent, parochial, and public high schools of their choice. Some even continue their education at Waldorf high schools located throughout the country.
“I am always excited when a student from The Waldorf School of Princeton applies. Each and every one of the Waldorf graduates who has joined us has been a tremendous student and person. Each has possessed the very qualities we prize most—intellectual curiosity, creativity, openness to new experiences and, as much as anything, a kind, caring, and community-minded spirit.” —Scott Eckstein, director of admission, Solebury School
The Research Institute for Waldorf Education has compiled data from Waldorf graduates throughout North America. Highlights from their research show:
94% of Waldorf graduates attend college
51% of Waldorf graduates pursue advanced degrees
42% of Waldorf graduates choose science as a major in college
89% of Waldorf graduates are highly satisfied in their choice of occupation