Watershed was started in 1996 for students pursuing a Waldorf education. In 2002, Watershed High School became a tuition-free public charter school.
Students at Watershed High School are supportive of one another creating an atmosphere in which the gifts of each individual can emerge and be valued. In our community, every student is an honored student.
Our dress code is minimal - no hate speech, pejorative slogans, or otherwise offensive content on apparel; otherwise, dress as you like. There are no "right" brands, no "wrong" style. Come as you are. We want to get to know you!
Poster: Brian Balsaitis Photography
Watershed High School Informational Flyer
Today, nearly 80 students comprise the Watershed High School student body. While we look forward to further growth, we remain committed to small class sizes in order to most effectively provide students with our unique approach to education.
Graduates of Watershed High School have been accepted at the following institutions of higher learning:
| Augsberg College
|| Oberlin College
| Bard College
|| Randolf Macon Women's College
| Bennington College
|| Rice University
| Carleton College
|| Roger Williams University
| College of Visual Arts, St. Paul
|| School of the Art Institute of Chicago
| Concordia University, Wisconsin
|| University of Minnesota
| Eastman School of Music
|| University of North Dakota
| Hampshire College
|| University of St. Thomas
| The Juilliard School
|| University of Washington
| Macalester College
|| University of Wisconsin
| McGill University in Montreal
|| Wellesley College
| Mpls. College of Art & Design
|| Wesleyan University
| Mpls. Community & Technical College
|| . . . and more!
| North Carolina School of the Arts
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Contact: Robert Wedl