Experiential learning is a way of life in Waldorf Education.
Real skills in a digital world mean finding meaningful ways of connecting with students. That's why the arts, academics, and hands-on learning are interwoven into our curriculum.
Hands-on is the way people learn best, and so it's the way we teach. Many of our students begin High School having moved beyond Algebra I.
From cursive handwriting to creative writing, Waldorf students master writing from simple grammar to essays, short stories, and beyond.
In First Grade our students begin music study by playing the recorder and move on to stringed instruments in 4th Grade.
Our science curriculum covers Chemistry, Biology, Physics, and more, through interactive experiments.
Knitting, sewing, embroidery, cross stitch, and more encourage a creative perspective in all things.
Storytelling is an integral part of Waldorf Education. Our students hear stories daily in the classroom and have the opportunity to tell their own through their annual Class Play.
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Waldorf students become critical thinkers who are curious about the world, connected to their communities, and confident shaping them.