High School & Middle School Tour

High School & Middle School Tour

Coming to one of our campus tours or open houses is a wonderful opportunity to learn about Waldorf Education and experience our school. They include an overview of the Waldorf philosophy and curriculum, detailed information about our school, a walk through some of the classrooms, and time to speak directly with members of the faculty and students. All events end with a Q & A session.

We offer two ways to catch a glimpse into the unique Waldorf approach to education which our our high school and middle school students experience: Wednesday Tours and Saturday Open Houses. Both provide opportunities to meet faculty and current students, view student work, tour our campus, and participate in question & answer sessions. Each provides a slightly different window into our school, and we encourage you to come to both for a full picture of what we offer.

As our tours take place when classes are in session, they provide prospective high school and middle school students and parents a rare opportunity to visit and observe active classes. There is no better way to experience the spirit students and teachers bring to their work than to see them in action during the school day. We invite you to come take a look.

Please click here to reserve your spot today!

 

 

Nursery School and Kindergarten Tour

Nursery School and Kindergarten Tour

Coming to one of our campus tours or open houses is a wonderful opportunity to learn about Waldorf Education and experience our school. They include an overview of the Waldorf philosophy and curriculum, detailed information about our school, a walk through some of the classrooms, and time to speak directly with members of the faculty. All events end with a Q & A session.

During the tour you will hear about the curriculum and program and visit our nursery school and kindergarten classrooms and play yard. The tour concludes with a question and answer session.

Tours start promptly at 9:00 am and visit several classrooms in session, so we ask that you do not bring children (except for babies in arms).

Tours do fill up, so please sign up in advance, here, to reserve your preferred date.

Nursery School & Kindergarten Tour

Nursery School & Kindergarten Tour

This event is now full. We hope our March 21st event will work for you. Click here for details.

Please join us for a peek into our Early Childhood Center.
During the tour you will hear about the curriculum and program and visit our nursery school and kindergarten classrooms and play yard. The tour concludes with a Q&A session.

Tours start promptly at 9:00 am and visit several classrooms in session, so we ask that you do not bring children (except for babies in arms). Tours do fill up, so please sign up in advancehere, to reserve your preferred date.

After you have attended a Nursery School & Kindergarten parent tour, you are welcome to attend one of our Morning in the Garden events with your child.

High School Tour

High School Tour

Tours provide the opportunity to visit and observe classes in session and allow you to meet our faculty and students, view student work, tour our campus and participate in a question & answer session. Please plan to attend the entire program.

Sign up here, to reserve your space. High School Open Houses and Tours are for both parents and students. Both are appropriate for students 8th grade and older, or 7th grade students looking ahead to high school.

Middle school students wishing to learn more about grades 6 – 8 would be best served attending one of the Middle School Tours.

High School Tour

High School Tour

Tours provide the opportunity to visit and observe classes in session and allow you to meet our faculty and students, view student work, tour our campus and participate in a question & answer session. Please plan to attend the entire program.

Sign up here, to reserve your space. High School Open Houses and Tours are for both parents and students. Both are appropriate for students 8th grade and older, or 7th grade students looking ahead to high school.

Middle school students wishing to learn more about grades 6 – 8 would be best served attending one of the Middle School Tours.