How Do YOU Measure Success?

“I have a very simple definition of success, which is, any day above ground is a good day…” writes Stanford professor of medicine and renowned …

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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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  • How Do YOU Measure Success?

    “I have a very simple definition of success, which is, any day above ground is a good day…” writes Stanford professor of medicine and renowned author Abraham Verghese. During this season of endings and new beginnings, the question of what is... Read more →

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"Seattle Waldorf School is a tremendous antidote for our over-wired world. The young people I know in SWS high school are perched on the threshold of adulthood with strong morals, developing practical and analytical skills and a connection to the essential magic of our world. They are fledging citizens and leaders. I look forward to their impact on our future." High School Parent
"I appreciate that Waldorf education is time tested and the faculty doesn’t have to tailor their teaching to the latest “flavor of the month” with regard to evolving standards and educational fashions." Kindergarten Parent