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Life after WSP


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.


Independent and Parochial High Schools

  • Delbarton School

  • Elisabeth Irwin High School

  • George School

  • The Hun School of Princeton

  • Kent Place School

  • The Latin Academy

  • The Lawrenceville School

  • Mount Saint Mary Academy

  • Newark Academy

  • Notre Dame High School

  • Peddie School

  • The Pennington School

  • Princeton Day School

  • Purnell School

  • St. Joseph’s High School

  • The Solebury School

  • Stuart Country Day School

  • Villa Victoria Academy

When we watch our children shake hands and look into the eyes of their teachers each morning and end of day, there is a lesson. Start each day with honor and intention and honest goodness, and I see your soul and it matters. Thank you to this Waldorf School of Princeton. You helped me raise a child of whom I am immensely proud.” —Jennifer Curtis, WSP alum parent

“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

Public High Schools

  • Delaware Valley Regional High School

  • Ewing High School

  • Hillsborough High School

  • Hopewell Valley High School

  • Hunterdon Central High School

  • Lawrence High School

  • Montgomery Township High School

  • Princeton High School

  • South Brunswick High School

  • South Hunterdon Regional High School

  • West Windsor-Plainsboro High School

Waldorf High Schools

  • Green Meadow Waldorf School

  • High Mowing Waldorf School

  • Honolulu Waldorf School

  • Kimberton Waldorf School

  • Portland Waldorf School

  • Rudolf Steiner School

  • Sacramento Waldorf School

“The beauty of the Waldorf school is that it is designed entirely to keep children intact until they are ready to move out into the world as whole individuals.” —Joseph Chilton Pearce, author, The Magical Child, The Crack in the Cosmic Egg

“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.” —Peter Nitze, Waldorf and Harvard graduate, CEO and executive vice president of Martek Biosciences Corporation

Waldorf School of Princeton alumni go on to attend a wide range of colleges and universities. Below is a list of some of these:

  • Alfred University

  • American University

  • Antioch College

  • Bard College

  • Bennington College

  • Brown University

  • Bryn Mawr College

  • Bucknell University

  • Bucks County Community College

  • Carnegie Mellon University

  • College of Wooster

  • Colgate University

  • Colorado College

  • Columbia University

  • Concordia College, Montreal

  • Connecticut College

  • Cornell University

  • DePaul University

  • Drew University

  • Elon College

  • Emerson College

  • Franklin and Marshall College

  • Fordham University

  • George Washington University

  • Goucher College

  • Hampshire College

  • Haverford College

  • Humbolt State University

  • Indiana University

  • Johns Hopkins University

  • Johnson Wales University

  • Kenyon College

  • Knox College

  • Loyola University

  • Marymount Manhattan

  • Mary Washington College

  • McPherson College

  • Mercer County Community College

  • Middlebury College

  • Monmouth University

  • Montclair State University

  • Mount Holyoke College

  • New Hampshire Institute of Art

  • The New School

  • New York University

  • Ohio University

  • Parsons The New School for Design

  • Penn State University

  • Pomona College

  • Princeton University

  • Radford University

  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

  • Rhode Island School of Design

  • Rice University

  • Rider University

  • Rochester Institute of Technology

  • Rowan University

  • Rutgers University

  • Salisbury University

  • Sarah Lawrence College

  • School of Visual Arts

  • Smith College

  • St. Lawrence University

  • St. Olaf College

  • Stanford University

  • Susquehanna University

  • Tulane University

  • Union College

  • University of Chicago

  • University of Delaware

  • University of Michigan

  • University of North Carolina

  • University of Pennsylvania

  • University of Rhode Island

  • University of St. Andrews in Scotland

  • University of Scranton

  • University of South Carolina

  • University of Vermont

  • University of Virginia

  • Ursinus College

  • Warren Wilson College

  • Wesley College

  • Wesleyan University

  • William and Mary

  • Yale University

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

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