At A Glance

Waldorf School of the Peninsula At-A-Glance

—  Fully accredited by AWSNA (Association of Waldorf Schools of North America) and WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges)
—  Non-sectarian, coeducational and nonprofit
—  Academics infused with the arts
—  Experienced, dedicated Waldorf-trained faculty and staff, practicing teaching as a lively art
—  Thriving, diverse, progressively-minded community of families and friends
—  Community-supported with parent education and workshops, festivals, personal enrichment, musical and artistic offerings
—  Member of Common Ground Speaker Series (a parent education collaborative)

Early Childhood Program

Parenting with Heart
—  Parent-Participation Program for babies and toddlers with their parents or caregivers, beginning at 12 months old

Nursery School
—  3-day to 5-day half- & full-day programs with flexible Extended program available until to 5:45 pm
—   2 teachers and an aide per each 14 child class

—  Full-day program with flexible Extended program available until to 5:45 pm
—   2 teachers and an aide per each 20 child class


Elementary & Middle School

—  Average class size of 25 students
—  Flexible Extended Care program available for grades one through five until 5:45 pm.


High School

—  Founded in 2007
—  Graduates accepted to an impressive array of public and private colleges and universities
WSP graduation requirements exceed the entrance requirements for the University of California and other competitive colleges and universities
—  Average high school class size: 16
—  Faculty of 22 full- and part-time. Over 70% of our faculty members have advanced degrees, including four PhDs
—  100% of our students participate in art, drama, chorus and instrumental studies
—  Mountain View campus in dynamic urban location