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Founded on Rudolf Steiner’s humanitarian curriculum, The Denver Waldorf School awakens and inspires students’ critical thinking, emotional intelligence and artistic expression, preparing them to bring relevant contributions to the world.

Parent Ed Night:

Why Storytelling Matters – Even in High School

with Ina Jaehnig

Tuesday, March 3

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Admissions Director Brie Kaiser
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“I am deeply grateful for Waldorf education, which woke me up and helped me rediscover my imagination.”

Michael Ende, author, ‘The Neverending Story’

DWS News & Events

  • Waldorf’s approach to athletics fits within a broader movement to reclaim youth sports for what they once were and always should have been: fun, communal and participatory. There are no tryouts or cuts, even through high school. Instead, each athlete is inspired to reach their highest potential, contributing to the team through enthusiasm, hard work, grace, and resilience. Every athlete has their place on our teams....

  • Research on brain development continues to show the value of storytelling especially in those early years. When the child hears a story, their brain is engaged in imagining the characters and landscapes. This activity of imagining supports brain development that is necessary for the ability to do math, compose essays, critical thinking and many of the things we hope our children's education will provide. The simple act of storytelling, which is so much a part of Waldorf education, is vital to healthy development....

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