Admissions Events

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Parents considering independent education may feel unsure about which school would be the best match. Academics are important, but parents also want assurance that their child will have a strong foundation to meet the future successfully in these times of global change.

Learn how the Waldorf School of Philadelphia combines substantive academics with social learning and how we've been heling parents to raise confident, resilient, and morally intelligent children for 25 years. Waldorf education goes beyond the development of the intellect, focusing on the development of the whole human being and helping children bring goodness, beauty and truth into the world.

The Waldorf School of Philadelphia is a pre-k through 8th-grade independent school, located on a historic wooded campus in the heart of Germantown. Our rich and substantive curriculum resonates with students because it is crafted to respond to each developmental stage. From pre-k to 8th-grade, every year unfolds with a joyful purpose that sparks curiosity and enthusiasm for learning.

An independent Waldorf education may be more affordable that you think. The Waldorf School of Philadelphia is proud to offer financial aid, scholarships and grants.

Open Houses

Join a virtual Open House and discover an education that is hands-on, enriching, and relevant. 

Thursday, June 3rd at 9:30 AM
Tuesday, June 15th at 7:00 PM

 

Guided Campus Tours

We offer 30 minute guided campus tours.

Choose your own time to visit.

Register here

Learn about our Admissions Process

For a conversation about enrolling your child, contact Maggie Davis, Director of Admissions davism@phillywaldorf.com.

Our admissions application process is a series of simple steps and we are here to help every step of the way:

Early Childhood Admissions Information
Grades Admissions Information 

Take an Aerial Campus Tour

This incredible aerial tour of our beautiful, historic Germantown campus located at 6000 Wayne Avenue shows that our home is a gothic stone church, chapel, rectory, and parish house, designed and built between 1873 and 1883 by Frank Furness and George Hewitt. See why the student’s call it Hogwarts and why inspired learning space helps inspire learning.

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Social Media

Our Blog, Loving Learning is a great way to take a deeper dive into the essentials of Waldorf Education and our school community. We share articles, perspectives, and events about the joys of learning, Waldorf education, and our shared community experience.

Our Facebook page helps in our mission to cultivate dynamic relationships, build community, and bring us closer together. On Facebook, we share the latest in school event information, daily inspiration, and newsworthy articles.  Follow our Instagram page for insights into our school community. 

Philly Waldorf Brochure

Why is the Waldorf of School of Philadelphia unique? How do we transform the notions of a traditional education? Our brochure illuminates the Waldorf philosophy and dedication to creating a life-long love of learning. Rethink what’s possible for your child.
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