Hello and Welcome!
Waldorf education is unique because your child is unique. Our teaching approach meets each child where they are - academically, socially and emotionally - to help your child become the best thinker, student, leader, and citizen of the world they can be.
Is Waldorf right for your child? Visit us and find out.
Visit and you’ll begin to see what makes the Waldorf School of Philadelphia different from all other schools. You’ll start to see and feel all the reasons to choose a Waldorf education when you meet our talented and dedicated teachers, talk to our active and involved parent community, and meet some of our wonderful students.
On this page you'll find information about some of our upcoming admissions events. However, if you want to meet us sooner, or if these dates don't fit with your schedule, let's start a conversation today! We'd love to get to know you .
Call Maggie Davis in the Admissions office - 215-248-1662 or email email@example.com
We can't wait to hear from you!
Family Open House
Saturday, March 23rd, 2019, 10-12
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Bring your whole family to visit on Saturday, March 23rd and discover our warm and friendly community of teachers, students, parents, and grandparents. There's a lot to see on our historic campus! Acres of playgrounds and outdoor space, unique classrooms, and materials that are as unexpected as they are beautiful. So, come discover how we transform the notions of education - head, hands, and heart - and if Waldorf is right for your child.
There's no need to wait until our open house! Reach out to Maggie Davis in the admissions office firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 215-248-1662. We can't wait to hear from you!
Monthly Classroom Observation Mornings
Come for a visit during the school day and you’ll begin to see what makes the Waldorf School of Philadelphia different from all other schools. You’ll start to see and feel all the reasons to choose a Waldorf education. You might catch a glimpse of our youngest students baking bread, or second graders having fun in math class. You might see sixth graders experimenting with acoustics for physics class, or see seventh graders practicing their Shakespeare play, or perhaps you’ll hear third graders speaking Spanish. Or you might talk to some of our gifted and dedicated teachers, who seem to “get” your child after just meeting them.
Our weekday observation tours commence at 8:30 a.m.