Admissions

Start your Waldorf journey.

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Admissions

Start your Waldorf journey.

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Thank you for considering Waldorf School of the Peninsula for the education of your most precious gift, your child. We look forward to meeting and getting to know your family and hope this is the beginning of a wonderful new journey.

As our school continues to monitor COVID-19, we have implemented measures to ensure the well-being of our community. Beginning on March 16th, our Admissions will be working remotely and we are unavailable for walk-in questions. During this time, the best way to reach us is via email at hsadmissions@waldorfpeninsula.org for high school inquiries OR admissions@waldorfpeninsula.org for nursery through middle school inquiries, and we will ensure a timely response to your questions. We are conducting weekly virtual information sessions. Please sign up via Ravenna for more information on attending one.

We understand that you may have questions or concerns. Our admissions staff is here to help, every step of the way. We look forward to speaking with you! If you have any further questions or would like to discuss your individual situation, please don’t hesitate to contact one of us.

With warm regards,

Audrey Lee
Admissions Director
High School
650.417.7605
hsadmissions@waldorfpeninsula.org

Ashley Brickeen
Admissions Director
Nursery through Grade 8
650.209.9404
admissions@waldorfpeninsula.org

I truly believe Waldorf has prepared me to lead a life in which I am the individual I aspire to be. It has taught me to be open to, and able to look through, many perspectives, be confident I who I am, and has instilled in me the desire to always expand my knowledge. Those I think are the most important things anyone can ever possess to lead a meaningful existence.

Ondine Izuno

Class of 2012, Waldorf School of the Peninsula

I truly believe Waldorf has prepared me to lead a life in which I am the individual I aspire to be. It has taught me to be open to, and able to look through, many perspectives, be confident in who I am, and has instilled in me the desire to always expand my knowledge. Those I think are the most important things anyone can ever possess to lead a meaningful existence.

Ondine Izuno

Class of 2012, Waldorf School of the Peninsula