Rudolf Steiner High School is proud of the robust and vibrant high school experience we offer our students. The below sections offer information about day-to-day life and the additional opportunities available.
If you can’t quickly see what you need, or have questions that are not answered by these resources, please call the High School front office at 734-669-9394, or email email@example.com.
If you have ideas about additional resources that would be useful to have here, please let the front office know, and we will do our best to add them.
All schedules, activities, references and resources are subject to change due to COVID-19 requirements.
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We are pausing all international exchanges, both RSSAA students traveling to partner schools and partner school students attending RSSAA, until we are through the COVID-19 pandemic effects on travel and international flights.
Many High School students participate in an international exchange during their sophomore or junior years. The information on this page is designed to help your family consider the possibility of exchange and to find the necessary paperwork once the decision to take an exchange is made.
Before students can go on an international exchange they have to meet with a High School Coordinator and be approved for the exchange. We determine that they are academically prepared to miss a significant part of the regular curriculum, and that their language skills are sufficient for the challenges of living in a non-English speaking household. Therefore, please schedule a conversation as soon as possible after you begin to seriously consider the possibility of exchange.
We are pausing our regularly scheduled trips until we are through the COVID-19 pandemic affects on travel and international flights. Below you can find information about our past trips to get an idea of our normal offerings.
Grade 9 Farm Trip
- Farm Trip Information Letter 2019
- Permission Form 2019
- Student and Parent Contract 2019
- Delegation of Parental Powers
Grade 10 Survey Trip
- Delegation of Parental Powers
- Permission Form
- Student Contract
- Gear Checklist
- Survey Trip Information Letter
High School Internships (Grade 11)
- 11th Grade Internship 2020 Information
- Guide Sheet - Internship
- Internship Letter
- Contact Info
- Mentor Evaluation
- Internship Requirements
- Internship Locations from Past Years
Grade 12 Trip to Maine
- Maine Information Letter
- Maine Permission Slip
- Maine Delegation of Parental Powers
- Maine RSSAA Student Contract
- Berkshire Waldorf Release Form 2019
- Maine Trip Packing List
Materials for Chaperones for School Trips
- Chaperone Guidelines for Model United Nations Trip
- Chaperone Guidelines for Hiking Club Trips
- Chaperone Guidelines for Maine Trip
- Chaperone Guidelines for Spring Survey and Farm Trips
- Chaperone Guidelines for Italy Trip
- Volunteer Background Check Form
The High School has a multitude of Clubs and Activities and this page is designed to get you the information you need to fully support your student’s participation.
RSHS is always supportive of new, student-driven clubs and activities. Please contact the Ann Brennan at 734-669-9394 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss possibilities.
These resources are designed to help answer your questions about key steps and offer important online resources for testing and applying for financial aid for college. However, they don’t replace the important conversations and individual support work that each student needs to make this process as positive as possible. So please, don’t hesitate to call or email Laura Shope at 734-669-9394 or email@example.com to set up an appointment.
Preparation for the SAT and ACT Tests:
Preparation for the Application Process:
Timelines for the Preparation Process:
College Search Resources:
Articles that parents might find helpful:
- A great article from the Washington Post on the challenges of adjustment to college life: How to Help Your College Student Cope with Loneliness
- An article from the New York Times about the current challenges our teens are facing with anxiety: Why are More American Teens than Ever Suffering from Extreme Anxiety