Why Waldorf Now?

More than ever, our students need an education that fosters resilience, adaptability, compassion, and confidence. They need the intentional integration of high academics, arts, music, and movement to educate the whole human. Welcome to The Denver Waldorf School.

Our way of being

As an urban, independent Waldorf school, we believe in a liberal arts education that prepares students for their next steps and cultivates eco-sustainability, social renewal, truth, beauty, and goodness. We also believe it is our responsibility to bear witness to what is happening in the world, elevate the voices of marginalized people, change the course of inequities, and break down structural prejudice in all forms where it exists, particularly in Waldorf education.

Our Aim

Step inside

One of the few Denver schools to offer in-person tours and in-person shadowing, we have strived diligently to be able to show you our campus, our curriculum, and our community while following Colorado’s health and safety guidelines. Learn more about our programs for preschool, elementary, middle, and high school students.

Full steam ahead

Our ability to stay in-person during the pandemic afforded us the unique opportunity to expand our high school program even further. When our graduates step beyond our doors and courageously out into the world, they embrace the future as engaged global citizens and stewards of the planet.

Experience our high school

Make reading a ritual

Our beloved fundraiser has students from kindergarten through high school hooked on books.

Support our next chapter

Next on The Bridge

Our upcoming webinar aimed at educating for humanity features Anthroposophist and Waldorf Educator Charlie Orphanides in a discussion on why we move.

Movement and the Waldorf Experience

You dig?

As our Spartans shift from basketball to volleyball season, learn more on how our approach to athletics fits within a broader movement to reclaim youth sports for what they once were and always should be.

Name of the game

Minding Mental Health

In March, we sat down with School Counselor Jenny Thompson and award-winning speaker Colt Smith on a proactive talk on drugs and alcohol and their effect on teens.

Take a listen

Meet Our Teachers

ALL FACULTY

Come Together

In collectively striving to move the world toward more tolerance, more love, and more peace, we invite all to join our community-led groups. Learn more to see how your unique expression may brighten the tapestry of our tightly knit community and beyond.

Racial Justice Parent GroupConversations Discussion Group

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