How do Waldorf students do after they graduate?

Waldorf students have been accepted in and graduated from a broad spectrum of notable colleges and universities. Waldorf graduates reflect a wide diversity of professions and occupations including medicine, law, science, engineering, computer technology, the arts, social science, government, and teaching at all levels.
According to a recent study of Waldorf graduates:

  • 94% attended college or university
  • 47% chose humanities or arts as a major
  • 42% chose sciences or math as a major
  • 89% are highly satisfied in choice of occupation
  • 91% are active in lifelong education
  • 92% placed a high value on critical thinking
  • 90% highly values tolerance of other viewpoints

The Waldorf School of Louisville graduated it’s first eighth grade class in 2015. Since then, our graduates have attended a variety of area high schools:

  • du Pont Manual & Youth Performing Arts School
  • Walden
  • Trinity
  • Atherton
  • St. Francis
  • Oldham County

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