We require that, whenever possible, all families visit the school as part of the admissions process. We want to meet you! Please join us for an in person tour outside of school hours. Learn more >>
In lieu of in-person experiential mornings, we are offering educational Q&A panels. Learn more about Waldorf education and get to know members of The Denver Waldorf School community. Check our Upcoming Events page for the latest.
Visit our past events page to view recordings of virtual panels and webinars. Learn more>>
Deadline: February 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 Admissions Manager will contact you to arrange a 1 to 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.
Interview: Towards the end of the shadow period, we will schedule an interview with both the family and the student. Faculty and staff will meet to determine if Waldorf education is the best fit for the student.
What Happens? Once notified, you’ll receive an admissions packet with the Tuition and Enrollment Contract, Enrollment Fee Invoice, School Year Calendar and SMART Tuition Management Forms.
Submit the form below to request more information from Admissions Manager Brooke Camfield.