Virtual Visits

The Hartsbrook School is accepting applications for the 2020-21 school year.

Reach out to us and hear how the Hartsbrook School and our Waldorf curriculum develops students’ full capacities for imagination, critical thinking, and active engagement in the world.  We offer a variety of opportunities for you to get to know us and we look forward to getting to know you!

To Learn More

We have updated our application process to meet the current situation. To learn more, please join us for a Q & A with our admissions director (weekly Friday’s at 9am and Mondays at 7pm) or email admissions@hartsbrook.org  to schedule an individual conversation. 

Leslie Evans, Enrollment Director
413-586-1908 ext.116
admissions@hartsbrook.org

Open House Events

Preschool & Kindergarten Open House

An opportunity for the whole family to meet with Waldorf early childhood teachers, see a puppet play, and participate with your child in Waldorf classroom activities.

Saturday, November 9th, 2019
10am – 12pm
For children and their familes

Saturday, March 14th, 2020
10am – 12pm
For children and their familes
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Grades 1-8 Open House

An opportunity for the whole family to meet Elementary and Middle School teachers, see student work, and tour our campus and facilities.

Saturday, November 9th, 2019
10am – 12pm
students and their familes
Grades 1-8

High School Visiting Opportunities

Imagine a high school that values and encourages the unique qualities of every young adult. Come see!

Thursday, November 14th, 2019
Open House
5pm – 6:30pm
students and their familes

High School Visiting Days
Open House
November 12, December 10, January 14, February 11, March 24, April 14, May 5
students and their familes

Our Location

Come Visit Us!

Our 54-acre campus, with farmland, woodlands, streams, and views of the Seven Sisters hills of the Holyoke Range, enhances and deepens our students’ daily experiences.  We are situated in the middle of the five-college area, which offers many world-class cultural events, restaurants, movies, galleries and boutiques, dancing, music and theatre. The rural town of Hadley is located between Amherst and Northampton (recently named the small town arts capitol of the United States). We are a two-hour drive from Boston, a three-hour drive from New York City, and one hour from Vermont.   We integrate the vibrant cultural and intellectual life of the Five College area with a strong commitment to living sustainably and in community here in western Massachusetts.