The Challenge

Vancouver Waldorf School | Movie Monday

Film: The Challenge Steiner Education, extended excerpt from ‘The Challenge of Rudolf Steiner’ by Jonathan Stedall. For further information about Steiner education please see www.steinerwaldorf.org. For more information about the film and Jonathan Stedall please see jonathanstedall.co.uk. * The Vancouver Waldorf School provides an experiential, age appropriate approach to education based on the insights of Rudolf Steiner that inspires students

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Summer Camp 2017

Vancouver Waldorf School | Summer Camp

June 26 to 30, 2017 Our Summer Camp is for children ages 6 through 12 at the Grade School Campus and will run from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm daily. The cost is $350 per week, and includes hot organic lunches and snacks. Registration Forms are available at Reception or by downloading HERE. Confirm your spot by June 16 with Ronaye Ireland

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Everything Can Happen (because everything is true)

Everything Can Happen (because everything is true): Grade 12 Play Saturday May 20th at 8:00pm and Sunday May 21st at 7:30pm Studio 1398 on Granville Island Tickets are $7 each (available from High School or Grade School Office). Seating is limited, so please purchase your tickets in advance (remaining tickets will be available at the door). Appropriate for audiences Grade 8

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What are the results of a Waldorf Education?

Vancouver Waldorf School | Rock Fall Leaves

What are the results of a Waldorf Education? Waldorf parents often carry the question: What happens to Waldorf school graduates after they leave high school? Phase II of the Survey of Waldorf Graduates (2007) from the Research Institute for Waldorf Education gives us an insight into the typical qualities of Waldorf school graduates. The survey was based on a sample

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VWS Alumni Corner – Max Cameron

Who is Doing What VWS Alumni Corner Interview with Max Cameron, Class of 2010 VWS: Tell me about your work and education after graduating from the VWS. MC: I worked many odd jobs for a couple of years before being pushed to go back to school by my family. After much debate, I decided on a brewery program in Niagara but I

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Chinese New Year Celebration

Chinese New Year Celebration Join the 2nd annual Chinese New Year celebration at VWS and welcome the year of the Dog! When: March 2, 3:20 – 5:30 Where: Vancouver Waldorf School Featuring: Art & Dance Performances, Chinese String Tea House, Crafts, Painting & Calligraphy Activities, Snacks & More! *Join our fabulous team of volunteers! Sign-up sheet available in the hallway. View

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The Advent Festival

The Advent Festival One of the most important aspects of a Waldorf education is the celebration of festivals. In our modern, urban lives, it becomes perhaps even more important to highlight nature’s key transitional points as ways of reminding us that, in spite of how it may seem, we are not separate from nature. In addition to helping to keep

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VWS Alumni Corner – Tatiana Kuehn-Gunby

Who is Doing What VWS Alumni Corner Interview with Tatiana Kuehn-Gunby, Class of 2013 VWS: Tell me about your work and education after graduating from the VWS. TKG: I took a year off after graduating from VWS and travelled to southeast Asia. It was really an amazing experience. It was eye-opening to be emersed in another culture that’s so different from anything

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VWS Alumni Corner – Kiera Chase

Who is Doing What VWS Alumni Corner Interview with Kiera Chase, Class of 2007 VWS: Tell me about your work and education after graduating from the VWS. (post-secondary schooling, travel, work experience, family, etc.) KC: I travelled for a year right after graduating from high school and spent six months in India and several months working in Corsica. When I returned to Vancouver,

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VWS Alumni Corner – Melissa Deering

Who is Doing What VWS Alumni Corner Interview with Melissa Deering, Class of 2006 VWS: Tell me about your work and education after graduating from the VWS. MD: After graduating from the Vancouver Waldorf School, I attended Mount Royal University, and subsequently, the University of Calgary working towards my undergraduate degree in Psychology. I was eventually accepted into the Department

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SAE LAO Service Trip

SAE LAO Service Trip On June 12th our graduating class will be venturing off to Laos, Southeast Asia for a 2 week trek of a lifetime with SAE LAO! Take a look at the “Full Circle” video to learn more about this organization, then continue to read below from their website. from www.saelaoproject.com About SAE LAO At SAE LAO people

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Gr 12 Project Presentations 2016

Gr 12 Project Presentations Save the date – this event is not to be missed! May 1, 2016 As the culmination of the past year’s work, the Grade Twelve Presentations provide the opportunity for our graduating students to demonstrate their readiness to move on from a High School learning environment into their chosen paths as young adults. The Grade Twelve Projects

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VWS Alumni Corner – Sasha Cooke

Who is Doing What VWS Alumni Corner Interview with Sasha Cooke, Class of 2008 VWS: Tell me about your work and education after graduating from the VWS. SC: When I graduated in 2008, I was committed to full-time intensive dance training with the goal of becoming a professional dancer. I never even considered the option of pursuing a university education

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