Admissions – Grades
Register Now to visit our school the fall preceding your child’s enrollment.
Complete and return your admissions application form along with a recent passport-size photograph of your child and a non-refundable application fee of $60.00 made payable to The Waldorf School of Philadelphia. Applications are always acknowledged.
- Grades Application
- Teacher Reference Form, PreK-1
- Teacher Reference Form, Grades 2-8
- Request for Records
We continue to accept applications on a rolling basis until all of our classes are full. If a wait pool is established, the school will consider students from the pool who contribute to balanced classrooms.
Applicants entering First Grade will be invited for a first grade assessment and a half-day visit to a kindergarten classroom. Applicants for 2nd - 8th grade will be invited for an individual meeting with the class teacher followed by a three-day classroom visit.
You will be notified of our enrollment decision shortly after your admissions visit.
Acceptance and Enrollment
Enrollment contracts are typically sent with the letter of acceptance. A non-refundable deposit of $500 is to be returned with the signed enrollment contract. Families have ten days from the date of the acceptance letter to make a decision.
For more information about the Grades admissions process, please contact Alex Borders, Director of Admissions, at 215-248-1662 or email@example.com
- Events on September 21, 2014
- Brazilian Day1:00 pm to 7:00 pmThe community at WSP is proud to support Brazilian Day at Penn's Landing. Join us for craft making, fun and community. http://www.braziliandayphiladelphia.com
- Events on September 22, 2014
- The Star of Your Family Culture7:00 pm to 9:00 pmA Lecture for Early Childhood Parents
Monday 22nd September 7.00 p.m. – 9.00 p.m. in the school auditorium
The first in a series of lectures by the Early Childhood Faculty at The Waldorf School of Philadelphia. Explore in depth the many elements that combine to form family culture, including family rhythms, work and play, artistic expression and discipline. The lectures will include topic presentation, interactive experience, individual assessment and visioning time through note taking or journaling, small group discussion, and a whole group conversation.
Questions? Contact Oak Tree Lead Teacher, Patricia Cornelius at firstname.lastname@example.org