Taglines / Slogans inspired by HWS Talking Points

The paragraph blocks below are “Talking Points” that were developed in 2015. The short, underlined sentence following each point is an example of a tagline or slogan that might naturally follow from the point.

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The “whole human being” comes first. HWS feels that it is essential that students express themselves through the arts, that they collaborate with each other in a non-competitive manner, and that they have a global and moral sensibility.

Human Beings First!


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Prepared. Waldorf students and graduates are ready, and passionate, to take on life challenges as independent, involved, self-directed and innovative human beings.

Prepared and passionate.
 

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Waldorf teaches beyond testing. Students get involved in imagining and testing creative solutions to complex problems. They learn to think beyond standardized tests. At HWS, learning is rigor plus discovery.

HWS: Creativity at Work.
 

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Waldorf students are successful in the world. The holistic, inclusive, global nature of Waldorf education results in academically and socially successful students who will be independent, self-directed lifelong learners and who will make a difference in the world.

Where a lifelong love of learning begins.

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Waldorf exposes every student to a broad curriculum. Each student experiences every part of the Waldorf curriculum all sciences, all levels of math, history, literature, music, language, movement, and PE & circus arts. The conviction is that K-12 education is a time to excite a wide array of possibilities in students, not the time for narrowing and specialization.

All the good things. Everyday.
 

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Culturally connected.  Hawaiian Values are taught in every aspect of HWS. From mo’olelo (storytelling), to the study and performance of chanting and hula, to studies of local geography, flora, and fauna, to volunteer service to help preserve local resources, HWS is connected to the Hawaiian culture in spirit, actions, and its sense of place.

Aloha. Lokahi. Pono. Honolulu Waldorf.
 

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Waldorf students are taught to make a difference in the world. As connected, global citizens, Waldorf students, and graduates know how to collaborate with others to make the world a better, more compassionate and beautiful place.

Global begins here.

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A unique viewpoint. Waldorf students and graduates, having been exposed to handwork, hands-on learning, and the arts view the world in a unique way. They have imaginative, creative ideas that are unbounded and are driven by discovery.

Unbounded imagination. Driven by Discovery.

 

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Compiled by Kat Fitzpatrick, April 2019

from 4frontbranding document created for HWS in 2015