Are you wondering what Washington Waldorf is all about?
Explore this section to learn about and apply for admission to the Washington Waldorf School.
The Washington Waldorf School curriculum reflects a deep understanding of child development, integrates arts and academics, and exposes students to a wide range of challenging subjects and disciplines. Our curriculum is unusually engaging and prepares students for whatever they wish to pursue after graduation.
Student life at Washington Waldorf is challenging yet engaging. Students have a range of opportunities to broaden and explore their interests. As a small school, we offer students a comfortable and intimate atmosphere where their individuality is encouraged to flourish.
At Washington Waldorf School we believe community is fundamental to who we are. Parents, alumni, grandparents, and friends are all welcome and encouraged to participate in the life of the school. We offer a wide range volunteer opportunities, community events, and adult education options that involve our extended community in the school.
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To learn more about our Parent-Child Classes, visit our Curriculum page.To learn about the Admissions process, visit our Admissions page.
A peaceful and relaxing atmosphere and a connection to the natural world are the focuses of outdoor classes for crawling babies and children ages 1–2.
Engaging in activities like baking and making crafts helps young children develop fine motor skills.
Wooden crates and other simple objects and toys — used both indoors and out — encourage children to use their imaginations.
Parents learn simple songs and games that they can use with their infants, as well as how to quietly observe and interpret their children’s actions.
4800 Sangamore Road
Bethesda, Maryland 20816
t. 301.229.6107 | f. 301.229.9379