Alabama Waldorf School

Looking for something your children can do this summer? Join us at Alabama Waldorf School for stories, crafts, games, and Water Wednesdays! Our summer program is a wonderful opportunity for you and your child to learn about the Waldorf teaching and learning styles firsthand.

Program Dates: June 2nd through August 8th - Enroll by the day or the week.

Program Times: 8am-12:30pm and 12:30-5:30pm

For Ages: 2 1/2 to rising 3rd graders

For program information and registration forms, click hereIf you're new to AWS, we'll waive the $35 summer registration fee, and, you'll receive a $50 application fee credit if you apply to the regular school year program. Call 205.592.0541 or email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  with program questions.

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Now enrolling for the 2014-15 school year. Call the Office (205-592-0541) to reserve a spot on the regular Tuesday tour at 9am, or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  to request information.

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-Winner of  BEST PRIVATE SCHOOL two years in a row (Parent's Choice Awards Birmingham Magazine, May 2011 and 2012); 2013 Finalist for BEST PARENT-TODDLER PROGRAM: Morning Garden

-Established in 1987, currently located in Crestwood/Forest Park

-Only Waldorf School in Alabama; one of more than 3,000 worldwide

-Strong academics enlivened by the arts

-Well-rounded education to students of families across all income levels and backgrounds

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Educating Children for the Journey

In this video, veteran teacher Jack Petrash presents that today's standards-driven education prevents children from being taught in a multi-dimensional way. The Waldorf approach prepares students for a future healthy social, emotional and thoughtful life.

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Why Waldorf Works

 
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