Capitol Hill overlooking downtown SeattleOct 27, 2011
Located in the historic and extensively renovated St. Nicholas building, the school inspires learning in beautiful classrooms, gardens, playground spaces and neighboring parks.
Our Bright TeachersOct 27, 2011
Our teachers meet each student where they are to guide and develop their emerging individuality
Our Bright StudentsOct 27, 2011
The Waldorf curriculum is multi-disciplinary and experiential. Artistic and practical activities develop self reliance and an appreciation for beauty.
Extracurricular ActivitiesOct 27, 2011
Extracurricular activities provide our middle school students with opportunities to develop their leadership skills and work inclusively with peers
DanceOct 27, 2011
The Waldorf curriculum immerses students in image, sound, and movement.
by Bright Water Eurthmy Teacher Melissa McCall Eurythmy plays an essential role in Waldorf education, and here at Bright Water, the Eurythmy program has grown steadily along with our school. There are Eurythmy classes for the kindergartens and all the grades, the opportunity for our community to attend professional performances, the fifth grade “Eurythmy jam,” […]
“Every gardener knows that under the cloak of winter lies a miracle … a seed waiting to sprout, a bulb opening to the light, a bud straining to unfurl. And the anticipation nurtures our dream.” ~ Barbara Winkler Is it too early to start thinking about Spring? The weather has been playing tricks on us—draping […]
Fourth graders immerse themselves in a rousing study of Norse Mythology. These timeless stories of powerful yet fallible gods offer plenty of adventure, pathos and humor. The slideshow features artwork by the fourth grade that depicts the thunder god Thor disguised as the blushing bride Freya—a ruse he must engage in to recover his […]