Whatcom Hills Waldorf School provides an arts-infused academic curriculum, inspiring students to meet the world with confidence, initiative, and compassion.
Our vision is to offer Waldorf education to children, enabling them to reach their full potential, thereby contributing to the health of the community and the world.
Core Value Statement
May our actions convey respect, responsibility, and integrity.
May we strive to ensure the physical and emotional safety of all members of our school community, and in doing so, cultivate and nourish an enduring sister and brotherhood.
Community Value Statement
Compassion, understanding, warmth, diversity, respect, generosity, community, responsibility, inspiration, creativity, commitment, transparency, clarity, sustainability, security, integrity, gratitude.
Lhaq’temish and Nuxwsa'7aq Land Acknowledgment Statement
We, Whatcom Hills Waldorf School, acknowledge we are residing on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Coastal Salish people. The Salish People are the original inhabitants of Washington's northernmost coast and southern British Columbia. They lived in villages throughout this territory and continue to have an ongoing relationship with these areas. Since Time Immemorial they have celebrated life on their land, water ways and on the traditional, ancestral and unceded lands of their People to perpetuate their way of life. We honor their ancestors and acknowledge the past, present and future Coastal Salish people as the original inhabitants of this land.