News & Events

  • U.S. History Since 1900 creative projects Two examples of 9th grade creative projects from a recent seminar, U.S. History Since 1900. Both are copies of Norman Rockwell paintings. Solomon Bennett’s, “The Problem We All Live With,” shows Ruby Bridges on her way to school in New Orleans in 1960 (we’ve included only a detail of the work). Ruby Lamond’s copy of ...
  • Arsenic and Old Lace photos Photos from our recent performance of “Arsenic and Old Lace,” April 17-19.
  • 9th and 10th grade hiking photos Photos from the 9th and 10th grade hike of the Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway in southern New Hampshire, April 27-May 1. More than 25 students hiked 50 miles in 5 days, and divided into smaller groups to cook for each other. Krista Palmer, Warren Palmer, and Lisl Hofer chaperoned the trip. (Photos by Lisl Hofer.)
  • Class of 2015 studies astronomy and metal work with Michael D’Aleo The Class of 2015 just completed a “mini-block” with Michael D’Aleo, studying astronomy all morning (and night), and metal work all afternoon. Here are the survivors (some had to leave early) with Mr. D’Aleo and their copper work, including stones (and a coin) that they set and attached themselves at Peter Barrett’s metal shop.
  • Snowden Wright reads from his work at The Mount Snowden Wright reads from his work at The Mount on a beautiful Saturday afternoon, May 9. About 40 attended the reading to appreciate his sparkling prose, good humor, and audacious subjects and points of view.
  • Ninth and Tenth Grades are off to hike the Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway Ninth and Tenth Grades are off to hike the Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway in southern New Hampshire this week with Krista Palmer, Warren Palmer, and Lisl Hofer. Wishing them clear weather and warm temperatures!
  • Stone Court Writer-in-Residence Reads From His Work Snowden Wright, Stone Court Writer-in-Residence reads from his work on Saturday, May 9, 2015, 3 pm at The Mount, 2 Plunkett Street, Lenox, MA 01240. Visit EdithWharton.org or call 413.551.5100 for more information. Admission FREE. Praise for Wright’s work: “Fervent, musical prose… extraordinary imagination and soul.” – Will Allison, author of The Long Drive home Snowden Wright, Stone ...
  • Waldorf in Antartica Henry Ward-Hanke (right), Class of 2014, in Antarctica with explorer Robert Swan a couple of weeks ago. Swan is the first person to walk to both the North and South Poles. Robert Swan’s organization, 2041.com, including the “Leadership on the Edge” program in which Henry participated, aims to produce responsible leaders with a sustainable vision ...
  • Berkshire Waldorf High School presents Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing Berkshire Waldorf High School students spent the last 6 weeks absorbed in rehearsals for Much Ado About Nothing, their inaugural production as part of a new collaboration with Shakespeare & Company established this year at the high school. About two-thirds of Berkshire Waldorf High School’s 45 students chose to participate in this elective ...
  • Boys basketball team takes 3rd place trophy in Kildonan School tournament Congratulations to our boys basketball team and Coach Elsbach! Senior Kosta Koufis took an elbow to the nose, breaking it and eliminating him from competition, and the team still tied its high with a 3rd place trophy in the Kildonen tournament early in February. The Boys won their first game of the tournament vs Eagle Hill ...