The Denver Waldorf School Happenings - February 2021

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The Denver Waldorf School is a k-12 independent school in Denver, Colorado


New Family Orientation

If you missed our New Family Orientation at the beginning of the year, the recorded session below includes a brief presentation to help you navigate as new member of our community. Welcome!

New Family Orientation on January 12, 2021

With Admissions Manager Brooke Camfield, Main Office Manager & Parent Council Co-Chair Carrie Tentori, Health & Safety Manager Christa Gustafson, Enrichment Director Dawn Archer, and School Director Kelly Church.

Enrollment & In-Person Tours

We are currently enrolling preschool through high school students and offering in-person tours. Connect with Admissions Manager Brooke Camfield to learn more.


The Denver Waldorf School Happenings- January 2021

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The Denver Waldorf School is a k-12 independent school in Denver, Colorado


First Grade Readiness and Assessments

If you missed our live Q&A on first grade readiness and assessments, please watch the recording below. Led by faculty members Nancy Blanning and Jessie Cartwright, this presentation gives prospective families a feel for what lies at the heart of Waldorf education.

First Grade Q&A on January 20, 2021

First grade is a child’s introduction to the collective being of a class. We nurture a deep reverence for the earth, compassion for classmates, and a healthy respect for every living thing. From knitting to numbers, fairy tales to falling leaves, we help first graders discover the wonders of our world and understand the rhythm of life. This year is the beginning of a multi-year relationship with their teacher.

Enrollment & In-Person Tours

The Denver Waldorf School is a Denver-based independent school that is currently enrolling preschool through high school students. Schedule an in-person to learn more on our curriculum, admissions process, financial aid, and more.


A Peek at our 2020 Journey Together

As we reflect on the year almost behind us, we sit in gratitude for our community. Through it all, you have shown your continued commitment, resilience, and light for our days ahead together. Thank you for journeying with us.

Here is a peek at our days together through the 2020 year, with accompaniment by our 2019/2020 high school choir singing John Lennon’s “Imagine.”


Holiday Coloring Pages

The special bond that exists between our first and eighth grade buddies is such a treasured one. Even in this year of distancing, they are finding creative ways to show their care for one another! As part of a collaborative gift to the first graders, our eighth graders assembled small gift bags together for the first graders including crafted ornaments, pinecone bird feeders, window stars, and outlined drawings to make a coloring book.

With more time at home this holiday season, our eighth graders have generously shared their original coloring book for all of our little creative spirits in the community to enjoy! You can download their holiday coloring pages here.

Enjoy!


Educating the Whole Student — Special Subjects Panel

If you missed our live Special Subjects Q&A on December 10, 2020, the recorded session below gives you a feel for how the Waldorf curriculum educates the whole student by integrating academics, arts, music, and movement.

Get to know the special subjects faculty

Special Subjects Q&A on December 10, 2020

With games teacher and summer camps lead Dawn Archer, handwork teacher Deb Wolf, Athletic Director Mike Quinn, Spanish teachers Mckenna Fuentes and Natalia Lopez-Gomez, woodworking and industrial arts teacher David Dunn, and music teacher Mariko Murase.

Enrollment & In-Person Tours

We are currently enrolling preschool through high school students and offering in-person tours. Connect with Admissions Manager Brooke Camfield to learn more.


The Denver Waldorf School Happenings

November 2020

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The Denver Waldorf School is a k-12 independent school in Denver, Colorado


Dia de los Muertos at The Denver Waldorf School

Día de los Muertos

One of the greatest assets as an urban Waldorf school is our diverse community. A dear member of this family is Elvira Sevilla. A native of Mexico City, she shines a light on the traditional rituals of Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) for our 3rd graders.