Waldorf education enables a child to stay fascinated with learning into adolescence. All academic classes are infused with art to encourage creative thinking, inspire self-discipline, and deepen understanding of the subject. The Waldorf curriculum is broad and comprehensive, structured to respond to the developmental phases of childhood. Founded by celebrated educator Rudolf Steiner in 1919, Waldorf education continues the philosophy of achieving balance in the three realms through which a person relates to the world—the realm of thinking, the life of feelings, and physical activity.

With more than 1,000 Waldorf schools worldwide and about 250 Waldorf schools and initiatives in North America, Waldorf education is one of the fastest growing educational movements in the world.


K-12 for Unstandardized Minds


Early Childhood

Nurtures and stimulates growth beyond base-level standardized learning skills.
Pre-K – K


Grade School

Weaves the arts and academics together through active experiential learning.
Grades 1 – 5


Middle School

Challenges the power of analysis and understanding through kinetic learning beyond the classroom.
Grades 6 – 8


High School

Advances critical thinking and college preparedness through a rigorous and empowering academic environment.
Grades 9 – 12

Critical thinking, confidence and curiosity are hallmarks
of a Waldorf graduate, and key to thriving
in the modern world. Learn more at an upcoming Open House or monthly parent tour.