Article from the Boston Herald: "As the world’s largest, fastest-growing educational movement, independent Waldorf schools around the globe are known for their warm, arts-integrated approach. They are also known by colleges as schools that send deep thinkers, discussion leaders and out-of-the-box innovators. The Boston area’s tiny local Waldorf High School in Belmont has been quietly sending students to colleges ranging from B.U., Bard and Brandeis to Wellesley, Wentworth and W.P.I. for over 20 years. Their alumni, like Waldorf graduates around the world, tell not only of academic and career success, but of deep satisfaction in their personal and professional lives."