Reopening the School Plans

The last week of July, the faculty presented Reopening Plans for the 2020-21 school year. The slide decks for these presentations are now available for parents to review and download at this link.

A Year-in-Review

This academic year at Hawthorne Valley Waldorf School is one that we won’t soon forget — indeed, it may be the most memorable school year across the globe. It has been a year that has brought us new challenges that we never thought we’d see in our lifetime. We...

Seniors Present Under Milk Wood Online

Hawthorne Valley Waldorf School’s Class of 2020 is pleased to present three readings of Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas. This play is described as “A Play for Voices,” one of only a few great theater pieces written purely for recitation, without staging in mind....

Senior Stained Glass Block

Among the many projects seniors work on during this final year of their high school experience, the stained glass course provides for a challenging arts project requiring honed focus. This group of seniors worked diligently to develop their original designs. They...

Hawthorne Valley Seniors Present Final Projects Online

Our annual presentation of Senior Projects often brings together a cross-section of community members in the local area—immediate family members, teachers, neighbors. We gather in our school’s hall, the lights dim, and our students share with you the stories of how...

May Day Celebration 2020

Though we had to spend this May Day apart, we are thankful to share it together through all the photos and videos many families sent in. It has been refreshing to see so many smiling faces, cheerful crowns, and enthusiastic May Pole dancers. Thank you all for helping...

Class of 2020 Senior Profiles

As we head into what would normally be a time of ceremonies and graduation, knowing that we may not be able to observe these celebrations in the traditional way, we want to take some time over the next couple of weeks to congratulate the seniors and celebrate the...

COVID-19 Updates and Resources

The New York State Department of Health has established a call center to address questions from the public. If you have questions about what is happening in New York, how the virus is spread, and what to do if you have symptoms, please call 1-888-364-3065. Given the...