About the Waldorf School of New Orleans (WSNO)

An Inspired Approach to Education for Lifelong Learning

The Waldorf School of New Orleans offers a developmentally appropriate approach to education. We integrate the arts and academics for children from preschool through eighth grade. Our curriculum aims to inspire lifelong learning in all students and to enable them to fully develop their capabilities.
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Founded in Germany in the early 20th century, Waldorf Education is an independent and inclusive form of education based on the insights and teaching of the renowned anthroposophist, artist, and scientist, Rudolph Steiner. Evolving from a profound understanding of the human spirit and human development, Waldorf Education is regionally adaptive and has grown to include over 900 schools worldwide.
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WSNO Mission and History

The Waldorf School of New Orleans was founded in 2000 as The Hill School. It aims to awaken and draw out each student's individual strengths so that he or she will become a free thinker, a seeker of truth and knowledge, and an enthusiastic participant in the community.
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Faculty and Staff

Meet the WSNO faculty and staff.
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Board of Directors

Complete list of the people who support WSNO in part by being on the WSNO Board of Directors.
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Alumni

Information about alumni of Waldorf schools around the world.
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Employment

Information about employment opportunities at WSNO.
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