In adapting to our current shelter-in-place requirements, our admissions process has temporarily changed.
Below is updated information, depending upon the age of your student. Please let us know how we can help by reaching out to the appropriate Admissions Director.
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak and Waldorf School of the Peninsula admissions event restrictions, in-person admissions events have been cancelled through Spring 2020. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. We hope your family remains safe and healthy, and we look forward to communicating with you about future events soon.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for high school inquiries OR email@example.com for nursery school through middle school inquiries, and we will ensure a timely response to your questions.
We understand that you may have questions or concerns. Our admissions staff is here to help, every step of the way.
WSP Remote Admissions options
It’s important to us that you feel comfortable that you have all the information you need to make the best decision for your student. Whether it’s related to our philosophy and curriculum, academics, or student support services, admissions process, tuition and fees, please feel free to contact us at your convenience.
Call our admissions directors:
Audrey Lee for high school program: 650.417.7605
Ashley Brickeen for Nursery School to grade 8 program: 650.209.6404
Schedule a video conference:
Email us to set up a face-to-face meeting via Google Hangouts, Face Time, or Zoom.
Connect with us on Ravenna
Receive more information about virtual options as they arise. Click here to be taken to WSP’s page.
Visit our campuses, virtually
Click here to see Google360 views of each campus. Coming soon: virtual tours.
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.
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.