Students who graduate from Waldorf grades and high schools typically perform well on College Board exams, are admitted to and excel at many of the top colleges and universities, and pursue successful careers in a variety of fields and areas of specialty. A 2005 survey of some 550 graduates from Waldorf high schools
indicated that the typical Waldorf student goes into the world with a love of learning, the ability to think independently, a commitment to human relationships, an interest in and concern for other human beings and for the natural environment, and the desire to make the world a better place.
Our students from the Davis Waldorf School have been accepted into a wide range of colleges and universities, including Sacramento City College, American River College, California State University - Sacramento, Chico, San Jose, Humbolt; the University of California - Berkeley, Davis, Santa Cruz, San Diego, Riverside; University of San Francisco, Reed College, San Francisco Music Conservatory, Cal Poly, Chapman College, Gonzaga University, Ohio State, College of the Redwoods, Lewis and Clark, Whitman College, University of North Carolina, Berklee College of Music, Boston Conservatory, Boston University, Mt. Holyoke, Long Island University - Global Studies, Whitman, University of Dublin, University of Indiana, Occidental, University of the Pacific, Harvard and Stanford.