The Waldorf School of Philadelphia is a rarity, even among Waldorf schools. Our school is young, diverse, energetic and urban; a magnet for creative, community-minded people. 

Community involvement is a central tenet of WSP as one of the key goals of Waldorf education is to help develop creative, thoughtful, socially conscious and engaged citizens. In this regard, our community is active, engaged and thriving.

There are many ways for parents to become involved with the community at WSP. Our active Parents Association meets quarterly to support the various functions in the school. Parents also serve on the Board of Trustees, The Board Advisory Council and on a variety of Board Mandated Committees.

Parents Association

The mission of the Parents Association is: Inclusion, Participation, Information, Education 

  • To provide a place for parent’s voices through discussion within the school community
  • To hold the school community through our support, response and involvement in all aspects of its work
  • To educate, support and challenge ourselves as parents in the transforming work of Waldorf Education
  • To welcome and embrace not only new families but continue to work on inclusion of our parent community throughout our journey through 8th grade

Parents Association Meetings 2014-2015

  • September 20, 2014
  • December 3, 2014
  • February 28,  2015
  • May 27, 2015

To learn more about the Parents Association, please contact Parents Association Co-Convener's Alex Kujawa  at or Jamie Seibert at 


Featured Events

  • Events on September 21, 2014
  • Events on September 22, 2014
    • The Star of Your Family Culture
      7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
      A 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
  • Events on September 25, 2014
    • School Closed - Rosh Hashanah
      12:00 am to 12:00 am

Moving Brochure

We’re thrilled to announce that Fall 2014 we’ll be moving to a beautiful new location at 6000 Wayne Avenue in Germantown. Expanding our community roots will provide a larger, more accessible space for over 27,000 square feet of creativity.