Thank you for your interest in Waldorf School of Pittsburgh. We look forward to welcoming your family to our community.
Waldorf School of Pittsburgh offers a rich curriculum infused with hands-on creativity, two foreign languages, vocal and instrumental music, outdoor physical education, fine arts, math, and sciences. We encourage the connections that broaden students’ experiences and help them grow in new directions. Our students are compassionate, courageous, and creative. We invite you to come learn with us and see for yourself why Waldorf education is the fastest growing independent school movement in the world.
Early Childhood Curriculum
Our Early Childhood curriculum allow young children to truly be children. We encourage unstructured play and the foundations of physical, emotional, and social skills.
Elementary School Curriculum
Our curriculum for grades 1–5 provides a holistic curriculum rich in imagination and rigorous academics to develop courageous, independent thinking and purposeful human beings.
Middle School Curriculum
Our curriculum for grades 6–8 provides a holistic curriculum rich in imagination and rigorous academics to develop courageous, independent thinking and purposeful human beings.
Our Admissions Process
Why Waldorf School of Pittsburgh?
WSP CLASS OF 2018
Junior at Seattle Academy
“Because I had an in-depth understanding of how to break complex concepts down I was able to take a junior calculus class as a sophomore. I attribute that skill to how math is taught in a Waldorf school — complex systems are broken down allowing you to see the parts of the whole.
WSP CLASS OF 2017
Senior at Winchester Thurston School
“Having Waldorf School of Pittsburgh as a foundation helped me explore and find my strengths, and to realize that many different types of intelligences fully encompass a human being. At Waldorf School of Pittsburgh I felt that every part of me was equally valued.
WSP CLASS OF 2015
Materials Engineering, Drexel University
“My Waldorf education gave me the confidence to take on the more difficult college classes in order to reach my end goal of becoming a materials engineer.
WSP CLASS OF 2005
Ph.D Student, Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara
“At Waldorf School of Pittsburgh you really do feel a sense of awe and appreciation for life itself — for art, literature, science, and the way the world works. You’re regularly encouraged to sit back and think, ‘isn’t that just amazing.’