Celebrating the

Class of 2020

We applaud our 8th-Grade students celebrating the end of the 2019–2020 school year and their time at Waldorf School at Moraine Farm. The character and integrity of each student is a reflection of every person they’ve encountered in our community throughout their Waldorf journey. Congratulations on your successful and inspiring presentations!

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› Abraham
Alexandria
Adelaine
Atticus
› Connor
› Leo
Oliver
Sienna
Sierra
› Zoe


Abraham Andrews

Where are you off to next?
Beverly Public High School

Favorite food?
Mexican food.

Share a fun fact.
My favorite film composer is Alan Silvestri.

What’s your fondest memory of Waldorf?
Going to the Holiday Fair in 1st-grade.

What advice would you give to your 6th-grade self?
Run, run, and never look back! Just kidding, Have fun and work hard.

What are you most proud of?
Refinishing my Cort Les Paul guitar in 6th-grade.

Where will you be in 10 years?
I don’t know.

Adelaine Akers

Where are you off to next?
Rockport High School

Favorite food?
Sushi.

Share a fun fact.
I prefer animation over live-action, like anime.

What’s your fondest memory of Waldorf?
Beating Connall in wrestling (one of them at least).

What advice would you give to your 6th-grade self?
To spend more time with family before its too late.

What are you most proud of?
I have no idea. Maybe drawing?

Where will you be in 10 years?
Hopefully, a voice actor or a veterinarian.

Alexandria Walker Kennedy

Where are you off to next?
High Mowing School in Wilton, New Hampshire

Favorite food?
I love anything potatoes. My favorite meal is my mom’s potato leek soup.

Share a fun fact.
I’ve never been able to do a cartwheel. So during the quarantine, I’ve been trying to learn how to do one.

What’s your fondest memory of Waldorf?
Doing the class plays. Performing side-by-side my classmates and celebrating with them after.

What advice would you give to your 6th-grade self?
Don’t be so afraid to make deeper connections with your friends and create stronger friendships.

What are you most proud of?
I am proud to be a person that people look up to, admire, and trust enough to ask questions and advice from.

Where will you be in 10 years?
Hopefully, I will be playing basketball and music; trying to make money while doing what I love.

Atticus Anderson

Where are you off to next?
Rockport High School

Favorite food?
Watermelon.

Share a fun fact.
I was born in Texas.

What’s your fondest memory of Waldorf?
When the whole school played Capture the Flag, 2 years ago.

What advice would you give to your 6th-grade self?
Keep going and don’t give up.

What are you most proud of?
Getting fourth in the state for soccer

Where will you be in 10 years?
Hopefully making a living off soccer somehow.

Connor Carrington-House

Where are you off to next?
Rockport High school

Favorite food?
Butter chicken

Share a fun fact.
I have moved 10 times in 15 years, from California to a sailboat to Massachusetts.

What’s your fondest memory of Waldorf?
My 4th-grade class trip. It was camping and that’s when I learned that the outdoors are my favorite place in the world.

What advice would you give to your 6th-grade self?
Be more confident and meet challenges head-on and never shy away or think you can’t overcome it.

What are you most proud of?
Hiking the PEMIGEWASSET LOOP in the White Mountains. It was the hardest and most rewarding thing I’ve ever done. 

Where will you be in 10 years?
I literally have no idea.

Leo Mantenuto

Oliver Zohn

Where are you off to next?
Salem High School

Favorite food?
Pizza.

Share a fun fact.
I have been playing the piano since I was 7.

What’s your fondest memory of Waldorf?
Going on walks.

What advice would you give to your 6th-grade self?
Don’t spend too much time on the things I don’t have to do, finish things by the deadline.

What are you most proud of?
I don’t really know, but completing middle school is pretty good. I never actually thought I’d be here.

Where will you be in 10 years?
10 years older, hopefully doing something valuable that I like. But I truly don’t know.

Sienna Cullem

Where are you off to next?
Ipswich Public High School

Favorite food?
Caprese Salad

Share a fun fact.
I have a cat named Harper. When other people are happy/excited it makes me really happy for them.

What’s your fondest memory of Waldorf?
Baking huck-a-buck bread in kindergarten.

What advice would you give to your 6th-grade self?
Spend more time outside, enjoy not getting a lot of homework!

What are you most proud of?
That I will be a graduate of Waldorf!

Where will you be in 10 years?
Most likely still in school studying my passion (which I have yet to discover).

Sierra Rullman

Where are you off to next?
Hamilton-Wenham Regional or Ipswich High School

Favorite food?
Stir-fried rice.

Share a fun fact.
I enjoy realistic drawing, mainly of eyes. I also enjoy doing special effects makeup, making gore wounds on myself. I love reading or watching detective murder mysteries and depressing teen dramas about terminal illnesses. I’m also terribly sarcastic and love making people laugh.

What’s your fondest memory of Waldorf?
I think if you were to ask me in a year or so I would say the entire eighth-grade year. For me it was such an amazing experience to have a test on our class to see how close we were, and an opportunity for us to learn skills that we would have been without for the coming years. It is a year I will always remember, and always try to remember the best parts. It will be my strongest and fondest memory.

What advice would you give to your 6th-grade self?
It feels so good to not be so shy, you should try it sometime. When you do things, be YOU, write how YOU would write, trust YOUR answers, and take advice. Advice is a very valuable thing, soak it up.

What are you most proud of?
I am so proud of my friends. I have watched them grow and mature. I am so proud of them all. I can’t wait to see what they do with their lives.

Where will you be in 10 years?
Probably in grad school.

Zoe Horner

Where are you off to next?
Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School

Favorite food?
I love potato latkes and desserts.

Share a fun fact.
I spend my free time drawing flowers and playing football.

What’s your fondest memory of Waldorf?
When I walked into the classroom for the first time in 3rd-grade. I knew no one, but I already had friends.

What advice would you give to your 6th-grade self?
Try doing new things. It’s fun.

What are you most proud of?
I am proud of how much progress I have made as an artist and with my drawings.

Where will you be in 10 years?
I have no idea, maybe grad school.

Congratulations to the Class of 2020!