The Waldorf School of St. Louis offers a progressive curriculum that successfully integrates arts and academics to cultivate a genuine enthusiasm for learning. Our unique approach to education corresponds to stages of child development by focusing not only on what children learn, but how they learn. Contact us for more information and see why Waldorf is the fastest-growing educational movement in the world.
The Waldorf School of Saint Louis is hosting a winter craft fair on Saturday, November 14. The event is from 9am to 2 pm. This event will be open to the public and local artisans and vendors will sell family-friendly handmade goods. Additionally there will be a silent auction, games, and food. All proceeds from vendor applications and additional activities support the educational mission of the Waldorf School of St. Louis.
The Waldorf School of St. Louis is partnering with Schoola (www.schoola.com) to raise funds for our school. Schoola collects pre-loved women’s and children’s clothes, preps and sells them online, and gives 40% of the proceeds back to The Waldorf School of St. Louis to help fund programs for our kids. Click on the image to view our school’s tracking page where you can: request a postage paid donation bag to send in more clothing that benefits our school, view our fundraising progress, or shop for quality pre-loved clothing from top brands.
Our Parent-Child classes provide opportunities for families with young children to come together in an age-appropriate, media-free environment to connect and inspire one another. Parents craft a hand-made toy and discuss literature on healthy, natural parenting. Classes include a light snack and opportunities for informal conversation with other parents.
My daughter, Taylor, started off kindergarten in a traditional public school. My husband and I had done our research, and we were in one of the best rated school districts in the Seattle area. We thought we were set up for the perfect school experience for our children. The year started off okay with her meeting new friends and getting to know her teacher, but it quickly Continue reading →