Westside Waldorf School
Our Waldorf curriculum introduces subject matter intentionally, according to a child’s stage of development and readiness to learn.
Art is woven into every subject, using music, storytelling, drawing, practical crafts, and movement to bring academic subjects to life.
Children are encouraged to develop problem solving skills using creative thinking and scientific reasoning rather than memorization.
Children remain with the same teachers and classmates over a course of years, learning as part of a supportive group that allows students to feel safe while recognizing individual learning styles.
Daily life is infused with working with natural materials and meaningful outdoor experiences that nurture a lasting connection to nature and a respect for all living things.
From the earliest grades, children experience world cultures and languages, participate in community service, and learn the importance of respecting and helping others.
Westside Waldorf School, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit independent school, does not discriminate due to race, religion, gender, national origin, disability, or other basis protected by law.