Waldorf Education Turns 100: Project Postcard Exchange

To celebrate the centennial of Waldorf education, Waldorf schools around the world are engaging in a postcard exchange. 

At the beginning of the 2018-19 school year, all Waldorf schools received a box of blank postcards addressed to the more than 1,200 other Waldorf schools around the world. 

All year long, Waldorf students around the world, including our South Shore Waldorf School students, have been drawing on and decorating the front of these postcards and sending them to each other. 

This is a display of some of the more than 1200 postcards our school has sent to other Waldorf students living in 70 countries around the globe. 

Postcards connect us to each other. As South Shore Waldorf School expands to offer junior high and high school within the next decade, we celebrate the South Shore’s connection to one of the fastest growing independent school movements in the world.