Our Graduates

WSL graduates continue their education at many fine high schools, colleges and universities.

High Schools

Acton-Boxborough
Arlington Catholic High School
Arlington High School
Beaver Country Day School
Bedford High School
Belmont High School
Belmont Hill
Boston College High School
Boston University Academy
Brookline High School
Buckingham Browne & Nichols
Cambridge Rindge & Latin
Cambridge School of Weston
Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall
Chelmsford High School
Commonwealth School
Concord Academy
Concord-Carlisle High School
Cushing Academy
Gann Academy
High Mowing School
Holderness School
Lawrence Academy
Lexington Christian Academy
Lexington High School
Lincoln-Sudbury High School
Middlesex School
Milford High School
Milton Academy
Minuteman Regional High School
Miss Porter’s School
Montrose School
Newton North High School
Newton South High School
Nobles & Greenough School
Oaks Christian School
Our Lady of Nazareth Academy
Phillips Academy Andover
St. John’s High School
St. John’s Prep
The Newman School
Waldorf School of Massachusetts Bay
Waldorf School of Saratoga Springs
Wayland High School
Wellesley High School
Wilmington High School
Winchester High School
Worcester Academy

Colleges

Allegheny College
American University
Bard College
Barnard College (Columbia University)
Bates College
Boston University
Brandeis University
Bryn Mawr College
Clark University
Colgate University
College of the Atlantic
Columbia University
Connecticut College
Eastman School of Music
Eastern Washington University
Elon University
Emory University
George Washington University
Grinnell College
Hampshire College
Harvard University
Indiana University, Jacobs School of Music
Kenyon College
Ithaca College
Lesley College
Lewis & Clark College
Macalester College
Merrimack College
Miami International School of Design
MIT Sloan School of Management
Mount Holyoke
Mount Ida College
Museum of Fine Arts School
New School for Liberal Arts
New York University
North Carolina School for the Arts
Northeastern University
Northwestern University
Oberlin College
Occidental College
Parsons School of Design
Princeton University
Reed College
Rice University
Ringling School of Art & Design
Rochester Polytechnic Institute
St. Michael’s College
St. Olaf College
St. Regis College
Scripps University
Skidmore College
Smith College
Southern Methodist University
State University of New York
Stevens Institute of Technology
Suffolk University
Swarthmore College
Trinity College
Tufts University
Tulane University
University of British Columbia
University of Edinburgh
University of Hartford
University of Hungary
University of King’s College, Halifax
University of Massachusetts
University of New Hampshire
University of Tampa
University of Toronto
University of Vermont
Vassar College
Vanderbilt University
Warren Wilson College
Wellesley College
Wesleyan College
Wheaton College
Williams College
Yale University

High-Profile Waldorf Grads

Waldorf graduates around the world include a number of distinguished professionals in a variety of fields.
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Leah Rapperport, Class of 2010

After graduating from WSL, Leah attended the Cambridge School of Weston and went on to Mount Holyoke College, where she is majoring in politics with a studio art minor. In her freshman year, Leah was selected as one of 25 people to join the LEAD Program at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) University, a prestigious honor. She secured a planning grant, partnered with two Boston-area nonprofits, and spent the summer developing curriculum to teach entrepreneurship to young women in Roxbury, Dorchester, and Mattapan. The following summer, Leah received grants from CGI and Mount Holyoke to pilot the program. In the five-week program, participants learned the basics of entrepreneurship, created business plans, and completed a community project. Leah put the curriculum online, hoping to encourage more young people to design self-directed learning experiences. Last summer, Leah interned at CameroonONE, the first organization of its kind to pair Cameroonian orphans with relatives throughout West Africa.

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Matthew Mueller, Class of 2010

Matt Mueller’s time at WSL changed his life forever. His performance in The Phantom Tollbooth at WSL in 2010 sparked a love of theater that has only grown. After going to Arlington High School, Matt went to Syracuse University, where he majored in acting for theatre and film. As a rising senior, Matt spent the summer in Los Angeles taking classes with LA casting directors and interning at the Media Artists Group, a talent agency that represents many TV and film actors. He is currently in New York City for the Tepper Semester, where students take classes with some of the top casting directors and professors in the city. He will also get the opportunity to see 15 Broadway and off-Broadway shows during the semester.

“I completely credit Waldorf for much of my artistic self—it is something I reflect on often,” Matt said. “No matter what I do in life, I know that the skill set Waldorf gives its students is valuable for any career path and makes them well rounded, balanced individuals.”

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Chloe Goldstein, Class of 2010

It would be tough to stay at WSL longer than Chloe Goldstein. She started in the Parent-Child program and graduated after 8th grade, clocking over ten years at the school! After graduating from Concord-Carlisle High, Chloe enrolled at Emerson College, where she is now a senior majoring in journalism with a marketing minor. As a junior, Chloe spent a semester in Barcelona, which allowed her to study and travel through Europe, visiting Istanbul, Marrakech, Amsterdam, and Prague. She also served as the news director of WERS, where she was responsible for three shows and oversaw a news team of more than 40 students. Last summer, Chloe spent a semester in Sydney at the University of Technology and did an internship at a Sydney TV station. “Waldorf allowed me to discover that I like taking leadership roles. Waldorf also taught me the importance of expression through art and how important it is to get outside and appreciate nature.”

 

Alumni Profiles

  Trevor Ruggiero, Class of 2000   Trevor received a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Northeastern University and an M.S. in electrical and computer engineering from the Gordon Institute of Engineering Leadership at Northeastern. He works as a design engineer at a firm in the Boston area. Trevor remembers fondly his years of study at WSL and believes that his Waldorf education prepared him well for college, graduate studies, and his career.

Trevor Ruggiero, Class of 2000

Trevor received a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Northeastern University and an M.S. in electrical and computer engineering from the Gordon Institute of Engineering Leadership at Northeastern. He works as a design engineer at a firm in the Boston area. Trevor remembers fondly his years of study at WSL and believes that his Waldorf education prepared him well for college, graduate studies, and his career.

  Mia Teitelbaum, Class of 2000   Mia graduated cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Smith College with a B.A. in sociology and received her J.D. from Northeastern University. She is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and New York. An associate at Shapiro Weissberg & Garin, LLP in downtown Boston, Mia's practice is primarily focused on criminal defense.

Mia Teitelbaum, Class of 2000

Mia graduated cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Smith College with a B.A. in sociology and received her J.D. from Northeastern University. She is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and New York. An associate at Shapiro Weissberg & Garin, LLP in downtown Boston, Mia's practice is primarily focused on criminal defense.

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