For the Waldorf student, music, theater, literature, mathematics, and science are not simply subjects to be read about and tested on. They are experienced.
Through these experiences, Waldorf students cultivate their intellectual, emotional, physical, and spiritual capacities to become individuals certain of their paths and of service to the world.
"Waldorf students are encouraged to live with self-assurance, a reverence for life and a sense of service."
Ernest Boyer, President, Carnegie Institute for the Advancement of Teaching, Former U.S. Commissioner of Education
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