During each developmental phase of childhood, a child’s learning needs shift and evolve. The Steiner curriculum grows and changes with them.
To choose a Steiner Education for your child is to educate them based on the way in which they learn, practiced with a concentrated concern for the child as an individual.
Children begin Kindergarten at three, and at age six move to the Lower School. They join the Upper School at age fourteen.
The pedagogical approach strives to provide an unparalleled educational opportunity for each child.
Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) was an Austrian philosopher whose ideas have influenced many spheres of life including science and mathematics, politics, drama, agriculture (bio-dynamic farming) and the arts. His theories on education, based on child development, have been used in Steiner Waldorf schools for almost 100 years. Steiner Waldorf is the largest independent educational movement, with over 1,000 schools and 1,600 kindergartens worldwide.