27 Apr Discover Green Meadow Waldorf School
Green Meadow Waldorf School is one of about 300 Waldorf Schools in the United States and approximately 1,000 Waldorf Schools internationally. Rather than teaching to the test or adhering to Common Core standards, the Waldorf curriculum fosters independent, critical thinking and problem solving, develops ethics and morality, and promotes true joy in learning. Join an online Information Session and see the Waldorf difference for yourself!
Online Information Sessions for Prospective Parents
EVERY FRIDAY AT 1PM: 5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29, 6/5, 6/12
Alternate WEDNESDAYS AT 9AM: 5/6 & 5/20 PLUS MORE IN JUNE
Our Admissions Office is working remotely and happy to assist you with planning for your children’s education in September 2020. Please email Admissions Director Melissa McDonagh at email@example.com to sign up for an Online Information Session and learn more about Green Meadow and Waldorf Education. Via Zoom, you’ll hear from faculty and our Administrator and have the opportunity to ask questions. School videos and articles will be shared as supplements.
Honoring the Unfolding Child
Nearly 100 years ago, Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner created the first Waldorf School in Stuttgart, Germany with the goal of educating children to be clear-thinking, compassionate, and conscientious adults that could look at the world in complex ways.
Now more relevant than ever, Waldorf Education is the fastest growing educational movement in the world and is founded on the understanding that every child goes through three distinct phases of development:
Infancy and Early Childhood (0-7)
Middle Childhood (7-14)
Each of these stages requires a different approach in order to meet and engage the intellectual, physical, emotional, and social needs of the growing child.