Waldorf: The Pioneer of Progressive Education
October 25, 2016Posted by pamela |
Marin Mommies presents a sponsored article from Marin Waldorf School.
Did you know that Waldorf is the fastest growing educational model in the world, with over 250 schools in the US alone? Come see why at Marin Waldorf’s FLUID Open House on Saturday, November 5. With more and more schools beginning to integrate Waldorf’s experiential learning model into their curriculum, it is clear that the mission to raise happy, healthy children from the inside out is making a huge impact.
For over 40 years Marin Waldorf School has served families with an education that nurtures family life, fosters social and environmental awareness, and delivers academic and artistic excellence.
As Marin County’s only fully accredited Waldorf School, we provide a remarkable Waldorf curriculum rich in languages, movement, arts, music, math, and sciences. From our toddler program through the 8th grade our students are presented with activities that engage the mind and fire the imagination. These activities nourish the spirit to foster each child’s unique capacities.
Our graduates are prepared to skillfully navigate an ever-changing world and to participate as thoughtful, resourceful, and confident young men and women. They enter high school equipped with intellectual curiosity and a creative approach to problem solving.
On November 5, we are offering a new FLUID Open House format where you can drop by anytime to casually tour the classrooms and attend our Waldorf Inspired presentations to learn more about why Waldorf is so respected. (Presentations start every hour on the hour.)
Come experience the natural rhythm of our beautiful 10 acre campus, take time to sit in our heritage oak and redwood groves, enjoy live music, great food and a welcoming community.
- 10 am–12:30 pm for Toddler through Kindergarten (childcare provided)
- 10 am–2 pm for 1st through 8th Grades
Let us know you will be attending by registering at: www.marinwaldorf.org/rsvp.htm
For more information about the school visit Marinwaldorf.org or email Katie Alomia, Director of Admissions, firstname.lastname@example.org.