We welcome applicants who have a variety of talents and interests and who are interested in a rigorous but flexible college preparatory education that balances academic, artistic, social, and practical work. We welcome you to visit our school at any time and we encourage you to schedule a visiting day before applying.
Berkshire Waldorf High School’s admissions process is designed to support our faculty in crafting well-balanced classes from a pool of qualified applicants. We are committed to remaining a small high school with a low student-teacher ratio.
For the 2015-16 school year, applications are currently being reviewed on a rolling and space-available basis.
The initial application deadline has past. Applications received by the initial date will be processed according to the following timeline:
Notification Date: March 10
Admitted Students Response Deadline: April 10
Applications and all other required admission documents should be in received by our Admissions Director as soon as possible. This will give us time to review applications, set-up interviews, and organize any needed assessments. After the initial deadline, applications will be reviewed on a rolling and space-available basis. Applicants who complete and submit all the necessary requirements by the priority deadline will receive an admission decision by March 10, 2015.
All prospective students are welcome to visit Berkshire Waldorf High School for a one or two day visit. Students may choose to visit prior to formally applying or as part of the overall admissions process.
To begin the application process, please complete and submit the following documents directly to Berkshire Waldorf High School:
Please give the following reference forms to those you choose:
Interviews and Assessments
Once all required documents are received, we will contact you to arrange an interview and, when necessary, math and English assessments.
Did you know that homeschool students can take courses at our school?
We offer year-long courses in Spanish, German, math, and English, and intensive seminar blocks in science, history and geography, literature, and math.
If you’re interested:
- FIND the course(s) you would like to take. These are listed on the “Curriculum” page of this website. (Course offerings may change without notice. Call the school for the most up-to-date information and for course schedules and calendars.)
- CONTACT us to arrange an assessment and interview. If your age and ability match our mission to educate adolescents who are interested in serious study but who have a broad range of backgrounds and talents, we will admit you.
- ENROLL. Course fees depend on course length, but average around $2,000 for a year-long study and $500 for a seminar.
For more information about the admissions process or request an admissions packet in the mail, contact Tracy Fernbacher, Admissions Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (413) 298-3800.