A new kind of creative thinker

Each Seattle Waldorf student’s journey builds their determination and courage—as they pursue questions, find answers and take action.

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Modern minds ignited by tradition

Waldorf education is nearly a century old and works with a child’s head, heart and hands to develop each student’s innate talents and abilities.

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Intellectual agility in a complex world

Our students learn how to know themselves, synthesize both minute data and big ideas, and tackle challenges with confidence.

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  • Jan 29
    High School Tour
    8:45 am - High School Campus
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    Community Conversation - Navigating the Digital Technology Landscape
    7:00 pm - Meadowbrook Campus - Huckleberry Hall
  • Feb 1
    Middle School Musical Revue Performance
    7:00 pm - Meadowbrook Campus - Huckleberry Hall
  • Feb 2
    Middle School Musical Revue Performance
    2:00 pm - Meadowbrook Campus - Huckleberry Hall
  • Feb 2
    Middle School Musical Revue Performance
    7:00 pm - Meadowbrook Campus - Huckleberry Hall
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Inside SWS

  • Is Zero a Pile?

    The need for imagination, a sense of truth, and a feeling of responsibility—these three forces are the very nerve of education. –Rudolf Steiner It’s mid-main lesson, and students are passing out red and blue velvet bags to each other (the... Read more →

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"After raising four children to adulthood and moving them in and out of various schools and homeschooling, I have one major regret. I would now choose to send all my children to Waldorf School K-12. Watching my youngest son’s graduating class last year, I realized how incredibly powerful experiencing the entire curriculum is for the development of the child’s whole being. It was palpable." Alumni Parent
"I once told my friend that my daughter’s kindergarten teacher is a genius! My daughter started crying and said, “Miss Melissa does not live in a bottle!” But it’s true, she’s both a genius and a genie who spreads magic around the kindergarten yard." 1st Grade Parent