The Monadnock-Ledger Transcript recently visited Pine Hill for a day and experienced what happens during a typical day in a Waldorf school. Take a look at the article "Sensory Delight" now.
At a time when many schools are reducing staff in order to spend increasing amounts of their budgets on technology, national news coverage has turned to the radically low-tech approach of Waldorf schools.
The Children's Garden program serves children ages birth to three years. It meets once a week and is led by teachers who bring a wealth of warmth and experience to this program.
WMUR's NH Chronicle interviewed teacher Jackie Davis and Pine Hill middle school students about the Hilltop Circus in March 2012. Take a look at the video here!
The NBC Nightly News aired a segment on Wednesday, November 30, 2011 which continued the national coverage of Waldorf school methods in our high-tech world. Click the play button below to view their report.
Pine Hill kindergarten teacher, Lisa Freeman, was featured in the July 2007 issue of The Christian Science Monitor,together with author David Elkind, in an article about play. Insights into the importance and nature of play are interspersed with anecdotes that illustrate how play is learned and evolves. Read the article, “Why Children Need to Learn to Play,” at The Christian Science Monitor website.