What is Waldorf Education?
The New Smart
Seattle Waldorf School is rooted in the educational philosophy of scientist and philosopher Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925). Our curriculum aligns with the stages of child development and cognitive awakening in key phases of childhood: birth to 7 years, 7 to 14 and 14 to 18.
Our primary goal is to develop free thinking, morally responsible individuals with superlative intellectual and social capacities – traits that are as important in today’s interconnected world as they were a century ago.
Presenting the right material at the right time, our integrated learning experiences nourish a student’s mind, body and spirit.
Students gain a rich and complex understanding of their world through math and music, history and theater, science, literature, and practical, visual and performing arts, festivals and traditions.
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Read about the history of Seattle Waldorf School.