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 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.
Looking for joyful educational options in Baltimore? Waldorf 101 will allow you to understand why Waldorf Education is the fastest growing educational philosophy worldwide and see how it’s holistic approach to education inspires life-long learners and imaginative out-of-the-box thinkers.
This digital tour, hosted by our Admissions Director Ilene Wise, provides an overview of our holistic approach to preschool, kindergarten, Forest K and the grades (1-8), while answering all of your questions.
For more than a century, Waldorf education has maintained a strong focus on immersing children in the outdoors to promote a love of nature. Fostering a love for all living things, by intertwining educational experiences with the land around us, is central to the Waldorf approach. Waldorf Education is the fastest-growing educational philosophy worldwide, with more than 1,000 Waldorf schools in 64 countries around the world. Do you or someone you know have a kindergartener who is ready to become not just a young learner but also a forest explorer? We encourage you to apply today for the 2023-24 school year.
Discover why play is the serious work of childhood and is an essential part of the Waldorf early childhood classroom while experiencing the flow and form of a morning which echoes the rhythms and routines of our Preschool classes. Children will enjoy various activities which may include bread baking, soup making, a movement rich morning circle, and indoor and outdoor free play lead by an experienced Early Childhood teacher. Classes available on Thursday, Friday and Saturday mornings, with caregiver accompanying.