Faculty are thoroughly trained in the methodology specific to Waldorf schools. Families who visit a Waldorf school for the first time are often surprised at the way teachers and students engage with each other in the classroom environment whether in person or virtually.
For those families not able to attend an in person tour, who would like to discuss Waldorf education, we offer a ‘virtual walk’ through the classrooms so that you can get a feel for our campus. This is followed by the opportunity to get any questions you may have answered. Please fill out this inquiry form as the first step and our enrollment coordinator will be in touch to let you know of available date and times.
Our tours include both an overview of Waldorf Education, as well as specific offerings unique to WHWS. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions throughout the tour.
- Guided Tours are for adults only.
- Tours are scheduled by appointment; please fill out an inquiry form here, and our Enrollment Coordinator will get in touch to schedule a tour.
If you are curious about Waldorf education or have driven by our school and would like to take a closer look, please consider attending our Open House event which is held every autumn on a Saturday morning. This is a friend and ‘family friendly’ event where everyone is welcome to come and visit our campus, walk through classrooms, look at examples of students’ work and speak with teachers and staff. We are there to show you different aspects about our school and answer questions, but you are also free to wander and look at your own pace.
Walk Through the Grades
Our ‘Walk Through the Grades’ evening is an adults only event held every spring where you are invited to walk through our classrooms and talk to our teachers first-hand. You will be able to ask questions, gain insight into some of the unique aspects of our Waldorf curriculum (grade by grade) and what makes it so special, and further your understanding of how the Waldorf approach cultivates both critical and creative thinking skills that uniquely prepare students to be lifelong learners.