A Waldorf Education, Made Possible.
Now more than ever, the world needs independent thinkers who have a true interest in humanity and who are capable of creatively meeting the challenges of this time.
That’s why we are opening our doors – and inviting in all families who are seeking an education for their children that will positively change our world.
Choosing a school for your child is an investment in their creativity, confidence, and future. It is also a significant financial commitment.
Each family is unique, bringing their own pieces of the puzzle into the education equation – and we value that. That’s why at the Waldorf School at Moraine Farm, we handle tuition differently.
With our Accessible Tuition, we collaborate with families to create their own tuition – a rate that reflects their unique circumstances.
Everyone is welcome here. We strive to keep our tuition rates sensible and accessible so that all families who seek a Waldorf education may join us.
Our base tuition rates are the start. During the application process, each family completes a quick (and confidential) financial review to further tailor tuition to match its unique economic circumstances.
When a family’s Accessible Tuition is determined, they can plan ahead knowing that their tuition contribution will stay the same for the next three years.
At the heart of Waldorf education is the belief that humanity has the wisdom to transform itself and the world. To that end, we work as a community to make our education open and accessible to those who seek it.
We hope you’ll join us in learning more about Waldorf education – and how we’re changing the world, one student at a time.
“This growing school on Moraine Farm is inspiring the same life-long love of learning that began for us abroad. Our three kids are developing amazing interpersonal skills, and creative problem solving. We have complete confidence it will enable them to develop their unique capacities to the fullest!”Alyssa, Current Parent
An Education for the Future.
For a century, Waldorf Schools have offered students a developmentally appropriate, experiential, and academically rigorous education … but differently.
With ample time and space for joyful imagination, real-life activities to connect to the natural world, and caring environments that nourish all the senses, our schools are different.
If you peek into our classrooms, you may see our nursery children preparing “rainbow” soup by chopping vegetables, which strengthens their fine motor skills today and and sets a foundation for future skills — holding a pencil, for example.
Maybe you’ll find first graders giggling as their teacher acts out a mathematics-themed fairy tale, which increases their understanding of introductory algebraic concepts and sparks an understanding and fascination with numbers that multiplies over decades.
Or you’ll find all of our middle school students practicing on their instruments as they work to create a piece of art that requires both responsive listening and individual contributions to achieve a common (and harmonious) goal – skills they will rely on for a lifetime.
No matter children’s age or activity, our school aims to inspire life-long learning in all students and to enable them to fully develop their unique capacities.
If we encourage children to think for themselves, respect others, take risks, and try new things – they will learn to change the world.
“The education involved hands-on experience, doing, engaging all the senses … We did so much and learned so much… art, traveling, languages, basketball,music and drama. I did some things that people won’t ever learn to do in their lives—spelunking, growing herbs, working on a farm, throwing a javelin,
We learned to do things that give your life color.”Adrienne, Class of 1999
Programs from Birth through Eighth Grade
From newborn Parent & Child classes, to full time and part time nursery, to kindergarten through eighth grade, and homeschooling programs, we offer classes that encourage children to think for themselves, respect others, take risks, and try new things.
Seeing is believing.
The best way to experience the Waldorf School at Moraine Farm is to come for a visit. Walk our hallways, observe our classrooms, meet our students, explore our beautiful campus. Take some time to get to know us: We think you’ll like what you see.