Our Graduates

East Bay Waldorf School graduates get noticed.

Teachers, administrators, admissions officers and employers like what our graduates have: knowledge, but also presence, interest, and engagement. They can look adults in the eye and have real conversations. They are positive, self-directed, and ready to dig in.

Since 1980, East Bay Waldorf has been developing and sending forth well-educated and well-rounded students. They choose an impressive and eclectic array of high schools and colleges that reflect their wide-ranging talents, interests, and ambitions.  They are prepared. The following is a partial list of high schools, colleges, and universities that admitted our students over the years:

High Schools


The Athenian School
Bishop O’Dowd
College Preparatory School
Head-Royce School
High Mowing Waldorf School
Justin Siena High
Marin Academy
Sacramento Waldorf
Saint Mary’s
Salesian High
San Domenico
San Francisco Waldorf
Stevenson School
Waldorf School of the Peninsula


Acalanes High School
Alameda High School
Berkeley High School
El Cerrito High School
John Swett High School
Las Lomas High School
Miramonte High School
North Gate High School
Oakland School of the Arts
Pinole Valley High School
Ruth Asawa School of the Arts
Terra Linda High School
Vintage High School
Walnut Creek High School

Colleges & Universities

Bard College
Bates College
Boston University
Brandeis University
Cal State University campuses:
Cal Poly–San Luis Obispo and Pomona, Chico, Humboldt, Long Beach, San Diego, San Francisco
California College of the Arts
College of the Atlantic
Cornell University
Eugene Lang College
Evergreen State College
George Washington University
Goucher College
Guilford College
Hampshire College
Harvey Mudd College
Haverford College
Hawaiian Pacific University
Lewis & Clark College
Mills College
New York University
Oberlin College
Occidental College
Pratt Institute
Prescott College
Reed College
Rochester Institute of Technology
Sarah Lawrence College
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Smith College
Soka University
St. John’s College
Tulane University
University of Arizona
University of British Columbia
University of California campuses:
Berkeley, Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, San Diego,
Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
University of Oregon
University of Puget Sound
University of the Redlands
University of Rochester
University of Washington
Wells College
Wesleyan University
Western Washington University
Wheaton College
Whitman College
Whittier College, Norton
Willamette University
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Yale University

Being personally acquainted with a number of Waldorf students, I can say that they come closer to realizing their own potentials than practically anyone I know.” — Joseph Weizenbaum, Professor, MIT

Qualities of Waldorf Alumni

The most coveted attributes sought by universities and employers can be found in our graduates. The Survey of Waldorf Graduates indicates that Waldorf Education cultivates the following 21st century attributes:

  • Multiple Intelligences and Cross-Disciplinary Learners
  • Global Consciousness and Sustainability
  • Basis for Moral Navigation
  • Creative Problem-Solving
  • High Levels of Social Intelligence
  • Environmental Stewardship
  • High Levels of Emotional Intelligence
  • Thinkers Who Think Outside the Box

You can learn more about our accomplished Alumni by visiting our Alumni Stories page.