Meet Our Alumni
Bhavani Jaikaria, Mason Shor, Ella Jackson, and Isaiah Ginsburg-Henry
Our 2019 featured alumni (pictured above) come from a diverse array of backgrounds and experiences. Each January Waldorf School of Princeton hosts an alumni panel, which is open to the entire community, and which gives our former students a platform to share their stories, answer audience questions, and represent the myriad ways that Waldorf Education equips children for their life’s journey.
Bhavani Jaikaria '10
Other schools: George School, Rutgers University
Currently: In May of 2018, Bhavani graduated from Rutgers University with a degree in economics and public policy. She is currently living in New York City and serving as an Americorps volunteer in an inner-city public school.
Mason Shor '12
Other schools: Princeton High School, Carnegie Mellon University
Currently: Mason is a junior at the Carnegie Mellon University School of Design, where he is studying communication design. Mason is "interested in working with communication design, interaction, and art direction to create successful and creative solutions for inspiring companies interested in the importance of design."
Isaiah Ginsburg-Henry '16
Other Schools: Solebury School
Currently: Isaiah is a junior at the Solebury School. Some of his interests include cycling, rock climbing, lifting weights, history, international affairs, and politics. Isaiah is currently participating in Model UN and enjoys taking pictures and developing film.
Ella Jackson '17 Other
Schools: Princeton Day School
Currently: Ella graduated from the Waldorf School of Princeton in 2017 after attending our school from Early Childhood through 8th Grade. She is now a sophomore at Princeton Day School, where her passions sparked by her time at Waldorf have been able to grow and expand to new heights. She loves school and new challenges and looks forward to what the future holds.
To learn more about our alumni, please contact Nora Sheehan '04, Communications Director, x112, firstname.lastname@example.org.