Berkshire Waldorf High School Open House

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STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. — Berkshire Waldorf High School is holding an Open House on Thursday, March 23 at 7:00 pm at the school: 14 Pine Street on the corner of Pine and Shamrock.
A program will include a student panel, and guests are welcome to ask questions about the students' high school experience, the work they've done this year, and their plans for the future. Students will also perform a scene from their upcoming spring play: "The Importance of Being Earnest," by Oscar Wilde.
A specially-curated presentation of student work will be on view, including math, science, humanities, and technology projects.
The school offers honors-level, college preparatory academics and is also well-integrated into the larger community, including classes and workshops in renowned artists' studios, the use of local labs and gyms, Shakespeare &a Company, field trips to events and museums in the Northeast, and international travel.
Light refreshments will be served. Parents, students, friends, community members, and younger siblings are all welcome.
For the Open House, park on Main Street and walk to the school unless you require accessible parking; the school's parking lot spaces are reserved.
Contact Samantha Stier, Admissions Director, at 413.298.3800 or with any questions or for more information.

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