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|Elena Nietupski (HS 2013)
Elena found her Hartsbrook experience unique and life changing.
| Tess Harrison (HS 2008)
Filmmaker and actress Tess Harrison notes that what stands out most about her time at Hartsbrook is the accepting and supportive community.
|Valentina Valentini (8th Grade 1998)
Reflecting on her writing career, Valentina credits her creativity and drive in part to her early education at Hartsbrook.
|Casay Yamazaki Heineman (HS 2011, 8th Grade 2007)
Casay credits the Hartsbrook High School exchange program with other Waldorf school around the globe as being a unique and life-altering component of the school’s Waldorf-based education.
|Elizabeth Mealey (HS 2010, 8th Grade 2006)
A Hartsbrook student from third grade through high school, the school’s creative approach and embracing community of students and faculty offered the best opportunities for Elizabeth.
|Ian Curtis (HS 2008, 8th Grade 2004)
Ian is on his way to an academic career in French, an interest born at Hartsbrook in his many years at the school ; he started at its nursery school and graduated from its high school in 2008, before going on to Kenyon College, Paris and now Yale University for a doctorate.
|Barrett Allison (8th Grade 2001)
“I developed a love of exploring ideas. Hartsbrook gave me a quiet confidence and an ability to communicate both informally and in presentations, skills I use constantly in investment banking.”
|Doran Catlin Morgan (8th Grade 1993)
Doran has become a leader in public-school education administration, and she credits much of her success to Hartsbrook.