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Choosing a school for your child is one of the many important aspects of being a parent.

We want to be of service to you as you inquire into the educational experience that will most serve your child and family.

We hope you will take advantage of as many opportunities as you can to find out more about the Waldorf curriculum, our teachers and our school community. Visit us during our talk and tour Visitors Mornings that are regularly scheduled throughout the school year. We encourage parents of students in all grades to make an initial visit without their child to get a feel for the school. If you are unable to attend a regularly scheduled Visitors Mornings, you may contact our Enrollment Director to arrange a personal tour. We are happy to meet with you and show you our beautiful school community.

We have special Kindergarten Experiential Mornings for younger children and their parents to get a taste of life in our Early Childhood Education classes, Wisdom of Waldorf events for parents looking ahead to The Denver Waldorf Elementary School, and “shadowing” is often part of the admissions process for students in Grades 2 – 12.

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Our Enrollment Director is always happy to discuss Waldorf Education, so please contact Leigh Ann Hill with any questions at 303-777-0531 ext. 106 or enroll@denverwaldorf.org.

Early Childhood Admissions Process
Our Nursery and Preschool/Kindergarten Early Childhood Education programs are suitable for children 2~1/2 to 6 years of age. Children must be 2 years old by March 1 to be considered for Denver Waldorf Nursery School enrollment in the fall.

Elementary School Admissions Process
For students entering Grades 1 – 5. Children must be 6 years old by April 30 to be considered for 1st Grade enrollment in the fall. A first-grade readiness assessment is conducted in the spring to determine maturity and readiness.

Middle School Admissions Process
For students entering Grades 6 – 8.

High School Admissions Process
For students entering Grades 9 – 12.

International Student Admissions Process
For students needing an I-20 issued by the school to obtain an F-1 visa.

Tuition Schedule
We look forward to meeting your family and sharing with you the awe-inspiring wonder of Waldorf Education.

Leigh Ann Hill
Enrollment Director
303-777-0531 ext. 106