Diversity and Inclusion

The Sacramento Waldorf school is committed to being a safe place for people of diverse backgrounds to be both welcomed and appreciated. Our community strives to bring students the experience of individuality, shared humanity, and equality to all of the world’s people–transcending stereotypes, prejudices, and divisive barriers.

Faculty, Staff, and Board of Sacramento Waldorf School consider racism and any form of discrimination to be unacceptable. We fundamentally reject any view which questions the equal value of every individual. We explicitly reject any racial doctrine attributed to or inferred from the ideas of Rudolf Steiner or any other person. 

Together we will undertake the work necessary to prepare our students and ourselves for the challenges and joys of life in a diverse society.