Join Our Team
Join us in educating children in the Waldorf tradition.The Westside Waldorf School is pleased to announce that it is seeking faculty and staff members for its growing programs. Westside Waldorf School is AWSNA accredited and has been a full member with WECAN since 2009.
The Westside Waldorf School began as a playgroup in 1988 organized by a group of parents interested in Waldorf education. Today, the school is housed on two campus locations, Pacific Palisades and Santa Monica.
Our main campus is nestled between the Santa Monica Mountains and the Pacific Ocean in the Pacific Palisades and our Early Childhood Center is located on a quiet neighborhood street in Santa Monica. Our school enjoys not only healthy enrollment, but also a diverse community made up of families and experienced teachers and staff members, with a broad array of life experiences and geographic, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds.
The school serves infants and toddlers in our Parent-Child Program, and preschoolers in our Early Childhood Program. It provides a comprehensive Waldorf curriculum for students in Grades 1 – 4. Westside Waldorf students experience a rich program which includes Spanish, Mandarin, Handwork, Woodwork, Instrumental and Choral Music, Games, a Middle School Math track, and Gardening classes. We also provide After-School Sports and an enriched Aftercare Program.
Our graduates successfully transfer to a wide variety of both local and out of area schools.
The school is committed to supporting our faculty through a strong mentoring program and funded professional development opportunities.
Our school provides a beautiful working environment with a school culture of acceptance and inclusion. To be considered for a position, please send a letter of introduction, resume, and professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions? Please contact:
Westside Waldorf School
17310 W. Sunset Blvd.
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
"Our task is to educate the human being in such a way that he or she can bring to expression in the right way that which is living in the whole human being, and on the other side that which puts him/her into the world in the right way."
— Rudolf Steiner