It is with great enthusiasm that I would like to share with you that Mr. Paul Johnson has been selected to be the first Director of Diversity, …
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Wonder, reverence and joy are at the heart of our early childhood program. Experiences are enriched with outdoor exploration, painting, gardening, cooking and working with natural materials.
Students engage holistically in our integrated curriculum through academic inquiry, story, music, art, movement and nature—developing both their intellectual and creative abilities.
Thoughtful, in-depth morning lesson blocks provide time and space to explore subjects deeply. Afternoons include world languages, music and movement.
Students engage in a rich array of rigorous courses in the humanities, math, science and the arts. We foster curiosity, compassion, healthy relationships, emotional maturity and confidence.
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"I love that technology is held at bay before high school. I believe that children will learn all the computer skills they need to know later in life. In the grades, I see electronics as distractions from the essential elements of learning, focusing on style over substance."Kindergarten Parent
"We love Waldorf kids. We reject some students with 1600s on their SATs and accept others based on other factors, like the creative ability Waldorf students demonstrate."Donna Badrig, Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions for Columbia University