The Waldorf School of Baltimore educates and inspires children to think, feel, and act with depth, imagination, and purpose.
There is no end to the powerful stories parents have to tell as their children flourish at Waldorf.
Prospective Parents (preschool 2-4, Kindergarten, Forest Kindergarten, Grades 1-8) are warmly invited to join us for a morning tour of our inspiring indoor and outdoor classrooms and play spaces, accompanied by those who know it best: Waldorf School of Baltimore Parents.
This casual yet compelling morning is not to be missed. Coffee and a few nourishing breakfast bites will be served and Admissions Director, Ilene Wise, will be on hand to answer all of your questions.
Please register so we may better plan for your attendance.
2:00 p.m. — 2:30 p.m.
Join Admission Director, Ilene Wise, for a bite-sized, online introduction into what makes Waldorf so wonderful. We will explore 14 highlights of a progressive Waldorf School of Baltimore Education, leaving time for a question and answer session at the end. This thirty minute bite-size zoom is the perfect starting place on your admissions journey. Hosted bi-monthly throughout the year.
Perfect for prospective Preschool (2-4's), Kindergarten, Elementary and Middle School Families. Question and answer to follow.
STEAM Power! A team of three middle school students from the Waldorf School of Baltimore earned an honor they will never forget. After besting seven middle school teams at designing a structure made entirely of marshmallows and spaghetti, they topped that achievement by winning First Place against Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering students and alumni.
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