U.S. Private High Schools Accommodate Influx of Chinese Students
Heads turned when a limo pulled up to Hartsbrook School on the first day of orientation this August. The Waldorf school in rural Hadley, Mass., is known for its alternative curriculum, based on the teachings of Austrian mystic Rudolf Steiner—not for flashy displays of wealth. Chickens roam the schoolyard. Pigs, sheep, cows, and oxen are fenced in nearby, part of an agricultural arts program. Classes are small, ranging from 8 to 20 students.
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