Inspiring a Love of Learning

Physics Block - Near the Swift River, Conway, NH

7th and 8th grade Waldorf students arrive clutching colorful hot-air balloons, eager to test the worthiness of their creations.

Join us on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 for a walk through the grades!

We are accepting enrollment for the 2014-2015 school year, parent-child class through grade 8. Join us Tuesdays at 8AM to see what a Waldorf education is all about. Upcoming dates: December 2, December 9, December 16, December 23.

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Preparing for Life

The New York Times sparked national media coverage on Waldorf education in 2011 when they reported on A Silicon Valley School That Doesn't Compute. The article explains the choice of many high-tech employees who choose to send their children to Waldorf schools where there's not a computer to be found.

Preparing for Life picks up where the Times left off, exploring the Waldorf emphasis on developing capacities versus the focus of traditional education on skills. Being able to think critically, collaborate with others, and communicate effectively are the essential qualities of effective leaders and entrepreneurs in any field and the film explores how Waldorf education works to create those capacities.

Early Childhood

The room is warm, colorful and filled with nature's beauty. Through free, imaginative play children develop social skills and the capacity for creative thinking.

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Kindergarten

In this loving environment children experience the beauty of language, art, and domestic activities, fostering sensory integration, sequencing, and hand-eye coordination.

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Elementary School

During the elementary school years our curriculum is designed to help the child's consciousness gradually shift from a pictorial to a more conceptual focus.

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Middle School

The Middle School curriculum enhances students reasoning capacities from active doers and explorers to critical thinkers with acute skills in reasoning.

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Resources & Articles
Why Waldorf Works

The Waldorf curriculum balances academic, artistic, and practical life skills, fostering each child's ability [...]

What About the Graduates?

Parents often wonder what happens to Waldorf students after graduation. Read about their experiences [...]

Tuition & Financing

An investment in early childhood education can be even more valuable than investments in college [...]

What Parents Say
“I am confident that the education they have received will make them individuals who can and will take the time to think for themselves and inspire and lead others.”
Charles Greenhalgh, Parent