San Francisco and the World
Families join the school from across the Bay Area and around the world—India, Israel, Iran, Japan, Germany, Mexico, Spain, and Taiwan, to name a few places. Over any year, one teacher is on sabbatical in Kenya and another is supporting a Waldorf school in China. Our students study at Waldorf high schools abroad and exchange students join our school as part of a reciprocal program.
Close to home, our classes explore the Presidio, perform for West Portal neighbors, and volunteer around the City. We host renowned authors, artists, and thinkers for lectures. Families share their culture and customs with classmates and the community. Together, we celebrate, reflect, and grow as we help students to know themselves and know the world.
High school parent-to-parent network. Supports parent education and events, and builds community.
More than 50 world-renowned speakers - authors, activists, innovators - over a decade.
Faculty-sponsored classes and lectures that help the community explore topics in child development and Waldorf education.
Parent, faculty, and staff leadership responsible for the long-term fiscal, legal, and structural health of the school.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion are embraced as a strengthening principle across all areas of the institution. Work by multi-campus committees.
Grade school parents working together to create a sense of community; through events, discussion forums, and service to the school.