2. What makes a Public Waldorf school special?
Public Waldorf education offers a developmentally appropriate learning experience that
enriches a child’s social, emotional and academic growth. A child who attends a Public Waldorf school will experience art, music, and movement shaping each academic lesson and facilitating different learning styles. In addition, early introduction to world languages, guided stewardship of nature, appreciation for diversity and community, and teachers with specialized training that values and respects each child’s unique educational journey are integral to the Public Waldorf model.