Life at Waldorf

Life at Waldorf

The days are action-packed and creativity-filled. Families play an active role in the school and many special community events round out an enriching school year. Come find out how life at Waldorf Academy can work for you and your child.


Upcoming Events:



Waldorf 101: P.I.N.E. Project & SCOPE

April 25, 2017

Location: Eurythmy Room, 2nd Floor

Time: 7-8:30 pm with conversation and stories

Cost: Free

Who: Open to the public

SCOPE- an innovative new program unique to Waldorf Academy

The Outdoor Classroom strand of the SCOPE program aims to develop students’ connections to the local natural environment through monthly half-day excursions into the city’s ravine system co-led by Waldorf Academy’s environmental education partner, The Pine Project. These monthly half-day excursions complement and deepen the annual overnight excursions and provide a year-round experience of and connection to the local natural environment. They also provide students with an experience of the natural environment as it exists within the urban setting. The school-year long program plan allows students to observe nature through the seasons.


  • Learning in the Field
  • Student Driven Exploration
  • Sensory Awareness
  • Ceremony
  • Ancestor Awareness
  • Tracking
  • Survival

Please join host and faculty teacher, Amyann Faul and speaker, Andrew McMartin, the founder of p.i.n.e. to learn more about the students experience.



May Fair

May 6, 2017

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Grade Seven Play

William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet

May 11 & 12, 2017



Grade Eight Play

William Shakespeare’s The Tempest

June 1 & 2, 2017



Grade Eight Graduation Ceremony

June 13, 7:00pm



Last Day of School

June 16, 12:30pm dismissal



Summer Camp

Our popular Summer Camp Program (SOLD OUT two years in a row!) offers 9 weeks of themed programming. 2017 Register now!

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Parent & Tot

A popular program for parents and caregivers of young children. Saturday dates T.B.C.

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