Explore our School Campuses

Our school has two beautiful campuses in the heart of the Silicon Valley.

Explore our Los Altos campus with this Google 360° Digital Tour.  Click here for a fullscreen Google 360° campus tour.

The Los Altos Campus

Our Los Altos campus houses our Parenting Child Program, and nursery school through fifth grade classes. The area surrounding the school has retained a distinctly natural character, and the residents are dedicated to preserving the quiet, relaxed, rural atmosphere of the foothills. The pleasant country aspect of the neighborhood provides a tranquil environment that is ideal for our younger children and our school. With more than two and a half acres of land, the Los Altos campus has a biodynamic garden, spacious and light-filled classrooms, handwork and music rooms, Extended Care facilities, a gift store, multiple play areas and close proximity to the Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve.


Explore our Mountain View campus with this Google 360° Digital Tour.  Click here for a fullscreen Google 360° campus tour.

The Mountain View Campus

Our middle and high school classes are located at our Mountain View campus. Situated in the heart of the Silicon Valley, the campus has easy access to our Los Altos campus, downtown Mountain View and Los Altos, and to freeways and public transportation—including CalTrain. The spacious classrooms have high ceilings, large windows, skylights and plentiful natural light. Outdoor areas include a biodynamic garden, an inner courtyard, two full-sized basketball courts, a large grass playing field with picnic tables, sand volleyball court and close proximity to a city park with a swimming pool, baseball and soccer fields and a skate park.

Waldorf education inspires my children to reason critically and solve problems creatively by encouraging physical and spiritual growth in addition to intellectual. I am heartened in the knowledge that, as adults with these skills, they will have the courage and capability to create their own future, not just live in someone else’s.
Brent Ingler

Middle and High School Parent, Waldorf School of the Peninsula