Tour Our School

We offer group tours of our main campus and Starflower location. Step inside our school to learn more on how we educate students to become original thinkers, creative innovators, and compassionate world citizens.

Main Campus Group Tours

Our monthly group tours take place on the following dates at 9am for our early childhood (3½ to 6 years old), elementary, middle, and high school programs. Please register in advance to reserve a spot.

Starflower Group Tours

If your child is between the ages of 2½ and 4 years old, we invite you tour our Starflower location in the Cherry Creek North/Congress Park area.

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High School Experience Waldorf Mornings

Another way to learn more about our school is through Experience Waldorf mornings where you can more deeply dive into our high school.

The Denver Waldorf High School serves grades 9th through 12th grades. During our Experience Waldorf mornings, you’ll observe:

Learn More About Experience Waldorf Mornings

Our Values

The Denver Waldorf School values the development of the whole human being and provides educational opportunities through the understanding of Rudolf Steiner’s humanitarian curriculum, which is informed by the spiritual philosophy of Anthroposophy and encourages the practice of engaging the thinking, feeling, and willing aspects of the human being. 

At the Denver Waldorf School, education is a lifelong process for students, parents, faculty, and staff, alike.

Truth, beauty, and goodness

Truth, beauty, and goodness encompass a collection of values that foster a healthy emotional and intellectual life.

  • Educating the whole human being
  • Analytical, creative, and flexible thinking
  • Rigorous academics
  • Comprehensive artistic experiences
  • Kindness and compassion
  • Gratitude and reverence
  • Humor and play
  • Wonder and innocence

Social renewal

Social renewal manifests itself through our actions. Waldorf education provides a healing element to the world through:

  • Service to others
  • Stewardship of earth and healthy living
  • Working in partnership with greater community
  • Valuing inclusivity and diversity
  • Recognizing and having an interest in others

Organizational integrity

Organizational integrity requires us to be thoughtful in the way we organize and run our school.

  • Transparent processes
  • Decision-making by consensus
  • Commitment to consensual decisions
  • Governing bodies, mandated committees, and volunteers working in partnership
  • Professionalism and congeniality
  • Ongoing community education and communication