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Waldorf School

The Waldorf School of Baltimore, founded in 1971, is a coeducational day school for nursery through 12th grade. the school is accredited by the Association of Independent Maryland Schools (AIMS), fully licensed by the Maryland State Department of Education, is a full member of the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA). The school is conveniently located on a scenic North Baltimore campus immediately south of Northern Parkway close to Sinai Hospital and Cylburn Arboretum. A community of nearly 200 students, the Waldorf School draws from urban, rural, and suburban communities in and around Baltimore. Residents of Coldspring Newtown are eligible for tuition discounts.

Phone: (410) 367-6808

The Waldorf School of Baltimore educates children to think deeply, flexibly, and imaginatively. By bringing together the realm of thinking with the expressiveness of the arts, music, and movement, we foster the child's natural curiosity and sense of wonder while stimulating intellectual awareness. Within a protective and nurturing environment, teachers and staff work in partnership with parents to build a community in which each child's sense of responsibility and self-reliance unfold.

The Waldorf School of Baltimore provides an environment in which individuals become freethinking ethical beings able to discern possibilities as they respond to personal and societal challenges. Children pass through different stages of development. The curriculum, pace of the day, and extracurricular activities at Waldorf are all age-specific, based on a proven educational system used at Waldorf Schools around the world. The Waldorf program supports the development of an intellectual, ethical, and emotional foundation.

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