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A Leader in Education for
Tuolumne and Calaveras Counties

Sierra Waldorf School is dedicated to cultivating the capacities of each child through a developmentally respectful education based on the work of Rudolf Steiner, the founder of Waldorf Education. We create an environment that respects the individuality of each child, their higher spiritual nature and their connection to the programs whole. The Sierra Waldorf School strives to create a community of caring adults who are committed to self-development, social responsibility and servant leadership.

Getting ready for Halloween

Getting ready for Halloween

Waldorf education is the fastest growing independent educational movement in the world, with more than 900 Waldorf schools in 83 countries. The Waldorf curriculum is broad and comprehensive and based on Rudolf Steiner’s picture of the developing child. From its gentle beginning in the Kindergarten and Lower School to a rigorous, yet cooperative, learning environment in the Upper Grades, a Sierra Waldorf School education is a gift that prepares children and young adults to embrace learning.

Many of our graduates have become the Valedictorian and Salutatorian of both Sonora and Summerville High School and accepted to top colleges in the U.S.

For more information about Waldorf education, please visit www.waldorfeducation.org.

Sierra Waldorf School – “The Freedom to Learn”

 

 

News & Updates
  • School Tours

    Walk-through-the-grades are scheduled on the second Wednesday of the month beginning with October 10 at 8:30am. To reserve a spot, contact our enrollment director, Bill Roberson, at (209) 984-0454 or bill@sierrawaldorf.com.

  • Spots Still Available for the 18/19 School Year!

    Sierra Waldorf School has begun but we still have some open spots for the 18/19 school year for parent & tot, transitional kindergarten, kindergarten and grades 1st-6th. Enrollment packets are available as are school tours. Call Bill Roberson, Enrollment Director at (209) 984-0454 or email at bill@sierrawaldorf.com for more information.

  • Halloween Festival – Oct. 31

    Join us for a whimsical experience as our campus is transformed into a magical place with chariot races, a maze, scavenger hunt and beautiful stories and offerings. We conclude the evening with a bon fire. Food will be available for purchase. Entrance is a suggested donation of $5 per family. 5:30-8pm
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