The Waldorf elementary school offers an inspired approach to life-long learning. What sets the curriculum apart is not necessarily what is taught, but how it is taught. Teachers aim to present all subjects in a pictorial, imaginative way to stimulate students' feelings and interests. Every subject, whether mathematics, history, or physics, is learned artistically and practically so that the experience speaks to the whole child: the head, the heart, and the hands. Drawing, painting, movement, music, singing, recitation, and drama are not treated as supplements; rather, they are the actual methods by which each subject is taught. By interweaving traditional academic disciplines with artistic and practical activities, the school provides a broad and balanced educational experience and encourages the development of capable, multifaceted individuals. 


Practical math, Percent, Equations, Plane and solid geometry, Algebra


Organic chemistry, Physiology, Physics

English & Grammar

Grammar review, Compositions, Business and practical writing, Creative writing


Shakespeare, Epic and dramatic poetry, Folklore


1700 - present: Revolutions (French, American, Indian, Industrial, Civil Rights Movement)


World geography, Global contrasts, Global commerce and economics


Sentence structure, Reading and retelling of stories, Review of learned material


Three-dimensional drawings, Volumes


Dry on dry, Space in color, veil painting


Woodworking with hand tools, Clay modeling: Human head in clay, Bones


Machine sewing, Weaving

Movement Education

Fencing, Teamwork activities, Team sports, Track and field continues, Circus arts


Choir, Middle school orchestra, Writing music, Recorder ensemble