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Learning that Works Like the Real World



Waldorf education prepares graduates with a range of skills and knowledge for finding creative solutions to complex problems. We achieve that through teaching and learning that is hands-on, project-based, and interdisciplinary. Children learn to apply their math through games and physical constructs, to explore the laws of physics through field experiments, and to use their artistic abilities to convey their understanding of different subjects. In this way, academics gain context and meaning for children. Students discover that learning is a lifelong pursuit that continues well beyond the classroom. They develop a fascination with the world around them, how things work, and how to put their skills and talents to creative use in the world.

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