Pasadena Waldorf School offers a developmental, experiential education in which the arts are fully integrated into the curriculum, and the intellectual challenge is fostered through human connection and relationship. Japanese and Spanish languagesInstrumental and vocal musicPainting, drawing, modelingEurythmy/MovementGames and physical educationManual arts – handwork, woodwork, craftsField trips and excursionsClass plays
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