Now Enrolling for 2013/14, 2014/15 School Years
and for Summer camps and Afterschool Activities!
Ruth Godberfforde, our Outreach and Admissions Coordinator, is eager to talk to you about your interests and your child. Please let us know how best to connect with you:
303.652.0130 x15 firstname.lastname@example.org
All School Open House: Mar 29th 10am-12pm - Meet with the teachers, view student work, talk with current families, ask questions about Waldorf methods and curriculum and visit our campus. Free puppet show: "The Hungry Cat". Children welcome!
Curriculum Assembly: Apr 10th 6:30pm - Showcase of many artistic aspects of our curriculum. The arts are woven into daily lessons to enhance core subjects. Come and experience performance vignettes of how our students learn!
Shepherd Valley Waldorf School, on 38 agricultural acres in Niwot, Colorado, has offered a rich Waldorf curriculum since our inception in 1993. We serve families in the greater Boulder area including Longmont, Boulder, Erie, Lyons, Lafayette, Louisville and Niwot.
Our education aims to develop intelligent, imaginative, self-confident and caring individuals who are capable of clear, free thinking; whose insightful feeling promotes sound moral judgment; and who can carry their ideals into action grounded in the practical realities of life. We believe that on such a foundation, the human spirit can flourish, and individuals can become honest, self-assured stewards of the earth and caretakers of society. Our hope is that, with the development of such inner capacities, children will be imbued with a lifelong passion for learning and life, and will be at peace with life, themselves and others.
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“As a daughter growing up amidst the natural beauty of New Hampshire in a family of scholars, professors and artists, the connections between mathematics, philosophy, music and art were often emphasized and I chose Waldorf education in order to give my children the same or better education opportunities that I canít find in public schools.”
Shepherd Valley Waldorf School parent of two young children