Renée Peck, a journalist with NolaVie, conducted a series of stories called Voices on Education, exploring arts-integrated, experiential learning programs in New Orleans schools.
Renée interviewed some of our board, staff, and faculty. She also took a tour of the school so she could see our classrooms in action and came away an enthusiastic proponent of the Waldorf School of New Orleans.
"The importance of storytelling, of the natural rhythms of daily life, of the evolutionary changes in the child, of art as the necessary underpinning of learning, and of the aesthetic environment as a whole--all basic to Waldorf education for the past 70 years--are being 'discovered' and verified by researchers unconnected to the Waldorf movement." Paul Bayers, Professor Columbia Teachers' College