Neomi Haut, Kimberton Waldorf School Class of 2013
Looking back, middle school feels like a blur of hikes, dodgeball games, campsite stories, eurythmy shenanigans and many playdates. As an adult with a new baby of my own, I have the privilege of watching him discover new wonders daily, and it brings a new appreciation for all the magical experiences I was able to have as a child at Kimberton Waldorf School. One experience that I always looked forward to as a student was when Santa Lucia and her helpers (all played by students), made their way through the school singing a beautiful hymn and handing out cookies. Whatever class we were in at the time, there was always a magical pause as the procession made their way through the classroom. As an 11th grader, it felt full circle when I got to wear the candle crown and be Santa Lucia for the day, followed by the sweet second graders, which happened to be my brother’s class! I cherish my time at Kimberton, and look forward to one day hearing about my own child’s experiences at such a special school.