Please note: this program has a waiting list and will not be open to new students in Fall 2015. Please email Sandy Volpe to check availability for January 2016.
Now entering its eleventh year, the Green Meadow Waldorf School Equestrian Program is an after-school program for children in Grade 2 and up, and teaches children to ride in the English discipline. The program runs for two 12-week sessions, from late September through April, and is led by Sandy Volpe, High School Applied Arts teacher, class advisor, and horse owner/rider.
Group lessons (30 minutes, 6 riders to a group) are on Tuesdays OR Wednesdays at the Ramapo Riding Center in Suffern, NY. Which day a child attends depends on his/her riding experience, as determined by a Ramapo Riding Center trainer's assessment.
Students are transported to and from the Riding Center by the school, and receive lessons from a trainer. The bus leaves Green Meadow at 3:15pm and returns at 5:30pm.
The cost for a 12-week series of Tuesday or Wednesday sessions, including transportation and instruction, is $420.