Welcome!

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:

Thank you for your interest in the Waldorf School of Lexington. I look forward to speaking with you!

-Kate Woll, Admissions Director


OPEN HOUSES

Learn about our academic offerings and dedication to creating a life-long love of learning! Tour our historic campus, visit our bright, colorful classrooms, and meet our highly trained and experienced faculty. Children are most welcomed to attend our Open Houses.

  • All-School Open Houses

    Saturday, October 26, 10 a.m.–Noon

    Saturday, January 25, 10 a.m.–Noon

  • Middle School Open House

    Wednesday, February 5, 7:00–8:30 p.m.


Information Sessions

See WSL in action! Tour the school, visit classes in session, meet faculty and the School Director. This is an adults-only event running from 8:45–10:00 a.m. REGISTRATION REQUIRED

  • Wednesday, November 6

  • Fridays: November 15, January 17, and March 20


Windows Into Waldorf

Experience WSL’s rich, arts-integrated curriculum in grades 1–8 by spending the morning as a student. The event begins with coffee & registration from 9:00–9:30 a.m. followed by mini-lessons across the curriculum 9:30–11:10 a.m. The event concludes with a faculty and alumni panel with Q&A from 11:20–noon.

  • Saturday, January 25, 10 a.m.–Noon


From WSL's beautiful campus abutting conservation land, to our colorful classrooms where children are engaged in learning, discover what makes the Waldorf School of Lexington different.

After 8 years in public education, our son made a change to the Waldorf School of Lexington. From day one, his teacher and his fellow students have created a warm, welcoming, and collaborative environment. He has developed more confidence to express his thoughts and ideas. The teachers are invested in his learning, and they appreciate him as an individual. We have no doubt that through Waldorf, our son will not only continue to be a dedicated student, but also a good citizen.
— WSL parents