International students appreciate the intimate size of our high school, the inclusive culture and our excellent teachers and curriculum.Our high school program is a for degree-seeking, full-time students.
If you are interested in coming to our school through a short-term cultural exchange, please see our Exchange Student Admissions page instead.
How our International Program Works
Our high school program is a for degree-seeking, full-time students in grades 9 through 12.
International students may come at the beginning of the school year in August or mid-year in January.
DWS requires a Skype interview during which students will be assessed for their ability to communicate in English.
DWS does not provide housing for international students. Proof of housing and guardian arrangements is required at time of enrollment.
DWS requires tuition payment at time of enrollment.
DWS requires proof of international health insurance at time of enrollment.
DWS requires all students records be translated to English at time of enrollment.
Students are responsible for registration fee, visa fee, all travel expenses and any expenses associated with additional programs outside of the normal school day, such as sports and clubs.
The Denver Waldorf School is an approved SEVIS school and is authorized to help facilitate the process of obtaining F-1 visas and I-20s once a student has been accepted to our school.