“If humanity is to live in the future in a socially right way, humanity must educate its children in a socially right way. In order that this may be done we desire to make a small contribution through the Waldorf School.”

– Rudolf Steiner

At Maple Village Waldorf School, we know that creative free play translates into learning and self-confidence in the preschool and kindergarten years. We also know that the arts, music, and movement are not expendable extras—they are the keys to stimulating engaged learning across the elementary and middle school grades. We thank you for considering Maple Village Waldorf School for the education of your most precious gift, your child. We offer a variety of opportunities and encourage you to visit us so that you can experience the Waldorf approach to education in action.

Why Waldorf? Discussion Event

Tuesday, November 15th, 6:30 – 8pm

A discussion panel with students, teachers, and parents Join us for a night to discuss some of the characteristics that distinguish Waldorf Education from other methods and see if it is the right fit for your student and family.

Walkthrough Tours

Prospective parents are invited to attend one of our in-person Walkthroughs. These tours will give parents a look inside our campus and classrooms, and share the unique Waldorf curriculum. RSVP for an Early Childhood tour or Grades tour below.

*Walkthrough tours (and open houses when permitted) are recommended but are not a mandatory step in the admissions process. 

Walkthrough Tours

Early Childhood tours are held once a month.

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Grades tours are held once a month.

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Open Houses

Open Houses are interactive opportunities for the whole family to experience Waldorf education through interactive workshops and activities led by our faculty.  Families will meet teachers, parents, and students; visit classrooms and playgrounds; view student work; and learn about how to apply. It won’t take long to see why our hands-on approach naturally engages children in the learning process.

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