Welcome to Waldorf!
Does your young child love to imagine, move, and play?
Spend time outdoors exploring the natural world with friends?
Are you looking for an independent school that fosters engaged learning for your elementary or middle school age child with a challenging, arts-integrated academic program?
At the Waldorf School of Lexington, 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.
At WSL, our students love to learn. They thrive on the rich blend of academics, athletics and movement, time outdoors, and fine and performing arts that only a Waldorf school can offer.
There are many ways to learn more about WSL…we invite you to visit any time or join one of our scheduled events. Simply fill out our inquiry form, call me at 781-860-5208, or email me. I look forward to speaking with you.
- Parent-Child Open Classroom
Friday, September 8, 10:00–noon
- PreK–Grade 8 Open Houses
Saturday, October 28, 10:00–noon
Saturday, January 20, 10:00–noon
- Middle School Open House
Monday, February 5, 6:00–7:00 p.m.
- Tour our bright, colorful classrooms
- See student work
- Meet our highly trained and experienced faculty
- Learn more about Waldorf education
- Children welcome!
WSL is a place where teachers look students in the eye, shake their hand, and make a personal connection every day as school begins. This is just one aspect of our unique school culture and curriculum. Come see the Waldorf difference. Tours are offered throughout the year by appointment.
See WSL in action! Tour the school, visit classes in session, meet faculty and the School Director.
Wednesdays from 8:45–10:00 a.m.
November 15, Nursery & Kindergarten
January 17, Nursery & Kindergarten
March 14, Grades 1–8
WINDOWS INTO WALDORF
Saturday, January 20, 2018
Experience WSL’s rich, arts-integrated curriculum from preschool through grade 8 by spending the morning as a student.
- Mini-lessons across the curriculum
- Director's Talk
- Faculty Panel with Q&A