The Berkshire Waldorf High School is in the news as a "Small high school with a big heart" at The Berkshire Edge newspaper. The school has graduated 15 classes since its founding.
Executive Director and school co-founder Stephen Sagarin, says: “Ninety percent of our students [got] into their first choice of college, but not everybody who goes here goes to college. Sometimes we have students who become chefs or furniture makers. We help them try to figure out what they want to do and their next steps for their future."
Students from the school will also be taking part in a local Shakespeare festival called the Fall Festival of Shakespeare where they will be performing "Much Ado About Nothing," alongside plays performed by ten other area high schools.