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  • 9200 Fair Oaks Blvd, Fair Oaks, CA 95628
  • 916.963.4000

Faculty

Alecia Dodge

BS Home Economics, University of California, Davis; Waldorf Applied Arts Certificate in Handwork, Sunbridge College; ten years professional dressmaker; 14 years handwork teacher, Waldorf School of

Alice Stamm

Alice Stamm has been teaching eurythmy since 1975. She began her eurythmy training in Eckwalden, Germany and finished with Else Klink in Stuttgart.

Annie Bosque leads the Early Childhood conferences and workshops at Rudolf Steiner College.  She earned a Masters in Waldorf Education with a focus on how to create parent teacher partnership. 

Barbara Klocek has a M.F.A. degree from Temple University and did her teacher training at Rudolf Steiner College.

Betty Staley

Betty Staley directs the Waldorf High School Teacher Education, as well as programs for public school teachers.

Brain Gray

Brian Gray teaches and lectures on anthroposophical topics for Rudolf Steiner College programs.

Cyndi’s pathway to biodynamic farming began with a class on Medical Anthropology and she spent time in South America, where she first discovered biodynamic farming.

Cynthia Hoven

Cynthia Hoven was born in the United States and has traveled extensively around the world.

Dennis Klocek

Dennis Klocek is an artist, scientist, teacher, researcher, gardener, and alchemist.

Harald Hoven was director of Raphael Garden for 30 years; he is a master gardener, faculty member, and founder of BDANC (Biodynamic Associat

helen lubin

Helen has been active as a speech artist/educator in Waldorf teacher education and other anthroposophical adult education settings, in Waldorf classrooms, and as a therapeutic speech practitioner f

Miss Hellene brings over 20 years of teaching experience. She has taught parent-tot classes through college graduate level classes.  Throughout her career, she has learned to cultivate joy, love, a

Ina is a co-founder and long time teacher of the Denver Waldorf School, bringing decades of experience to her teaching in both elementary grades and high school.

Ingun Schneider

Ingun has a MA from Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden and is an educational support teacher specializing in the Extra Lesson approach.

Jo-Ann Climenhage, PhD, completed her university studies in Canada, and her Waldorf Grades and Remedial Education certification at Rudolf Steiner College.

Kris Boshell, MA, Program Co-Director, discovered Rudolf Steiner’s work in 2003 through Waldorf Education.

Pamela studied both science and humanities at MIT and has always sought ways for these fields to work together.

Patricia Dickson

Patricia is an art faculty member teaching sculpting and the administrator of the Waldorf Subject Teacher programs; M.A.