Sacramento Waldorf School high school students don’t wait for graduation to try to change the world. It has become a de facto part of the curriculum, in part due to the passions students bring to pressing topics and issues.
Any time you are given a tool, and it is put in your hand, the body naturally wants to take that tool and make it part of itself. The mind will discover how to bend, twist, angle, and manipulate the tool finding its usefulness.
The Sacramento Waldorf campus turned 60 years old and the worldwide school is celebrating its 100-year anniversary. Here’s a look at the festivities and history of the school. View the Full Sacramento Bee article here
Sacramento Waldorf School has become the happy mother. We see children from all the schools come together for the 8thgrade basketball games. It’s a happy situation. Sacramento Waldorf School has become a regional high school in the way that it draws graduates from the K-8 sister schools in the region.
Everything we do is given much thought and attention. That is our purpose as a governing body overseeing the heart and soul of Sacramento Waldorf School.
Waldorf education came to North America in 1928. Today, we have more than 250 schools on this continent and approximately 1,000 in 60 countries.
School administrators discuss stimulating activities to inspire imagination and creativity to expand your child learning.
Administrators from Sacramento Waldorf School discuss the back to school routine, and three things parents should focus on this year.
As we celebrate 100 years of Waldorf Education, we explore the idea and reality of what is Waldorf education. We must consider what is essential to it, and what non-essential ideas and practices might inhibit its healthy growth and innovation. This letter by Marianne Gray is the first of many …