Do you have questions about Waldorf Education?
Do you wonder if Prairie Hill could be the right fit for your child and for you?

Join us for the following events and discover the answers to your questions and more!


A Mid Summer Night’s Dream
Brought to you by Grade 7
Friday, May 13 
7 p.m.
Prairie Hill Waldorf School Community Hall/Gym 


Although the story was written more than 400 years ago, this modern version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, by William Shakespeare, has been modernized to include the lives of these students.  This comedy portrays the folly of four young lovers and a troupe of amateur actors who become entangled in the mischief of the fairies of the wild forest outside of…Delafield.   In the span of just one midsummer night, the lovers are bewitched and an actor is changed into a donkey, all amid a quarrel between the King and Queen fairy.  Thanks to the mischief of one certain Puck, the story takes on many facets only to resolve before the night is over.   This story is mostly about the world’s most popular pastime—falling in love—which, as certain fairies know, can make fools of us all!

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Sunday, May 29 
2 p.m. Viewing of Student Work
3 p.m. Commencement Ceremony
Prairie Hill Waldorf School Community Hall/Gym
Join us as we honor and celebrate these amazing students. The afternoon will include an opportunity to view a showcase of the student’s work, hear reflections from the students and their teacher as they recall and reminisce about their experiences at Prairie Hill. We will also hear from a previous Prairie Hill graduate.

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Thursday, June 9
9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Join us with your child(ren) for a morning in a Prairie Hill Kindergarten and Wonder Garden classroom. The adventure includes creative play, observation, snack, outdoor time and an opportunity to have your questions answered. Experience firsthand how Waldorf early childhood lays the foundation for your child’s life long love of learning.
RSVP required by emailing Susan or calling her at 262-646-7497 ext 20.