Nurture in Nature
Gardening and Forest Kindergarten days cultivate academic readiness in the most engaging way.
Imagine a place of joy and wonder, where children bake, sing, paint, and celebrate the seasons. Here is where learning begins.
Arts & Crafts
Painting, knitting and sewing, beeswax sculpting, and woodworking lay the foundation for nimble fingers that are ready for writing.
Participating in cleaning, organizing, cooking, and gardening impart critical skills for the real world.
Songs, rhymes, and games are a fun and engaging way to develop memory and concentration.
Children help prepare their own snack and sit together to share their meal. Through these simple acts, they learn gratitude and social-emotional skills.
Imaginations run wild inside and outside our classrooms. This freedom gives children the tools to self-regulate and process the world around them.
A love of reading begins with wondrous and adventurous storytelling, but a strong foundation of learning to focus and listen is just as important.
Waldorf students become critical thinkers who are curious about the world, connected to their communities, and confident shaping them.