High School Experiential Morning: Observe students and teachers in physical movement, arithmetic, science, humanities and learn how these lessons intersect with artistic expression, performance and language. Learn more >>
Personal Tour: Can’t attend a High School Experiential Morning or a scheduled Visitors Morning tour? Call (303) 777-0531 x 106 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We require that, whenever possible, all parents/guardians visit the school as part of the admissions process. We want to meet you!
Deadline: March 1
Admissions are not first-come, first-serve, but applying early (Aug–Nov) increases consideration.
Note: Provide as much information as possible on your application. We take gender, age and class size into consideration. Priority goes to siblings of enrolled children and Waldorf transfers.
Purpose: After application review, the Director of Student Services will contact you to arrange a 1-3 day classroom visit, which allows the teachers to observe your student’s interaction with the class, and helps your student understand a typical day in the life of a Waldorf high school student.
Assessment: We conduct a writing and math assessment for students applying to grades 9 – 12. Students may also meet with additional subject teachers, including Spanish or music.
Schedule: Following application submission, we contact you to schedule an interview. Faculty and staff will then meet to determine if Waldorf education is the best fit for the student.
Structure: We ask students to complete a math and writing assessment. They should bring their portfolio with examples of academic and artistic work.
Portfolio Guidelines: Please photocopy and attractively bind with a title page, and table of contents. Include class title, grade level, teacher’s name and assignment for the following:
What Happens? Once notified, you’ll receive an admissions packet with the Tuition and Enrollment Contract, Registration Fee Invoice, School Year Calendar and SMART Tuition Management Forms.