Each of the four years in the Waldorf high school curriculum has an underlying theme that supports the students as they develop.
Sophomores learn a more formal process of comparing and contrasting ideas found in subjects like History of English, Poetry, Ancient Civilizations, Human Physiology, Surveying, and Greek Geometry. Students begin to identify their own connections with man, nature and the universe.
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- Algebra II
- Biology – Physiology
- Physics – Mechanics
- Chemistry – Acids, Bases, & Salts
- Origins of Language
- The Odyssey
- African-American Writers
- Grammar Skills
- Short Stories
- Ancient Civilizations
- Civics and the Building of a Nation
- History of English