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High School RoofAugust 21, 2014
Construction Update: The new high school will open in just two weeks! We can’t express our gratitude enough to architect (and LCWS parent) David Pill of Pill-Maharam Architects. Have a look at the most recent photos and save the date for the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. (more…)

Joshua drummingAugust 7, 2014
LCWS lovingly remembers Joshua Moore, a kindergartener in Sueanne’s class who passed away in October, 2013. Joshua would have turned 7 this Sunday, August 10. His family invites us to ‘drum where we are’ in celebration of Joshua’s birthday. (more…)

Two years ago our community purchased the former Morgan Horse Museum to create a new high school campus, and began planning an expansion of the grade school. Renovations for the new high school began in April with the goal of opening in the fall. We are so grateful to everyone who has already joined in this effort.

From the start, our capital campaign has been driven by the needs of our students and teachers.

And from the start, the students have asked, “How can we help?!” So when they learned that we are so close to our goal some high school students got together to create their own message about what they love about their school. Click on the image above to see it.

If you are so moved, please consider a donation or pledge to the campaign. We have only $21,000 to raise to meet our initial goal.

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Would your child like to play in the woods, make forts and flower chains, and create art inspired by nature? Are your older kids ready for hiking, biking, swimming, fashion design or jewelry-making? Turtle Lane offers Art and Nature camps for children ages 3-8 and Adventure camps for active 8-12 year olds.  Campers of all ages will enjoy summer fun on the Lake Champlain Waldorf School’s 22 acres of fields, forests and gardens. Learn more…

If you have any questions about Turtle Lane Camp, please get in touch with Abigail Diehl-Noble, Camp Director.