A new high school emphasizing the Waldorf approach to education is poised to open its doors, at a former grade school campus not far from Sonoma State University.


 Although the new Credo High School will begin its existence at a former grade school campus in Rohnert Park (left), Director Chip Romer's vision foresees a new home nearby within six years, at Sonoma Mountain Village.

Most, but by no means all, of the incoming students at Credo High will have arrived from other Waldorf schools, but Romer says those from traditional public schools should have little trouble adapting.

The Inaugual Opening ceremonies at Credo High are set for Monday morning, August 22 at 9:15 am.

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