We, the Susquehanna Waldorf School, are an independent school rooted in the international movement and philosophy of Waldorf education. The Susquehanna Waldorf School Strives to cultivate a love of learning, imagination, reverence and compassion for others by educating the whole child-head, heart and hands. Committed to academic excellence, the Waldorf curriculum harmonized clear thinking with a depth of feeling and creative initiative to prepare children for the challenges of the future. Our mission is to provide a nurturing and challenging environment that inspires our students to reach the highest levels of intellectual, spiritual, artistic and physical achievement. The faculty and staff work in partnership with the larger school community to keep this environment vital, dynamic and diverse. Through the integration of academic and artistic pursuits, we honor the potential within each child to fully develop his/her unique abilities. Our students acquire a lifelong love of learning and a sense of compassion and joy that benefits them, their community and their world at large.
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Student Teacher Ratio
8 : 1
52% Male / 48% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
Associations & Memberships
Other special emphasis assocations
Association of Waldorf Schools of North America
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