Alice Birney was the subject of a recent study by the Stanford Center
for Opportunity Policy in Education:
Growing a Waldorf-Inspired Approach in a Public School District (PDF)
By Diane Friedlaender, Kyle Beckham, Xinhua Zheng, and Linda Darling-Hammond,
Alice Birney Waldorf School Candlelit Path of Wonder
Alice Birney Waldorf School celebrated an evening of wonder on Friday, Oct. 30 with a candlelit path and magical stories and skits. There was also delicious food, Waldorf-inspired art, a petting zoo and a pumpkin patch. See the feature online here.
Our School Mission
The Alice Birney Waldorf-Inspired K-8 School Mission is to accept children with honor and respect, educate them with love, and prepare them for lives of freedom and responsibility. Children of all capabilities will learn and develop their strengths, master their weaknesses and exit Alice Birney prepared to excel in all subject areas in the high school of their choice. By graduation, students are expected to be proficient in core academic areas as well as visual and performing arts as demonstrated in their culminating 8th grade projects. Alice Birney students will be prepared and motivated to continue as life-long learners.