At Summerfield, students engage in a comprehensive study of a variety of disciplines, including science, math, humanities, foreign language, music, drama and the arts. While the four years of high school together form an integrated whole, the curriculum of each grade is tailored to address key stages in adolescent and post-adolescent development. The content of the courses offered each year focuses on giving students an increasingly in-depth understanding of the subject at hand and provides them a context to work with the awakening questions of the emerging self.
Summerfield is accredited by both AWSNA - the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America and WASC - the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. The courses offered meet the University of California's admissions requirements. Our students consistently rank highly on SAT scores for Sonoma County and attend the colleges and universities of their choice. High standards of academics, critical thinking and independent research serve to help students acquire the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in post-secondary education, and life beyond, at a variety of levels and fields.
We'd love to help you get to know the high school program at Summerfield. The following are a few opportunities in place for this year:
Attend the ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE - November 7th, 10 am - 1 pm. Join us for this fun, interactive,and informative event hosted by the high school faculty and current SWSF students.
Come spend a day with us - High School Visiting Day appointments for prospective students are available Tuesdays through Thursdays. Guests will be paired with one of our student hosts who will guide visitors through a typical day in the life of Summerfield. We do our best to match individuals with students hosts who share similar interests, so when scheduling appointments always let us know a bit about what intrigues your student.
To schedule a Student Visiting Day appointments contact Ameila Miller at amelia(at)summerfieldwaldorforg or 707-575-7194 ext. 108