Halton Waldorf School
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Halton Waldorf school offers an education that inspires a love of learning, and fosters in our students qualities of confidence, independence and intelligence. Founded in 1984, our school is located on five forested acres in north-east Burlington. Our goal is to provide an opportunity for students to engage in their learning and to fully develop their individual capacities. By integrating academics and the arts, the Waldorf curriculum responds to the developmental needs of the child, focusing not only on what children learn, but how they learn.
Our mission is to enrich and strengthen each child’s potential to become a knowledgeable, reflective, and compassionate citizen of the world.
We support a maturing sense of self and relationships to others and the world, and cultivate a lifelong love of learning.
Based on the insights of anthroposophy and the understanding that human beings have a body, soul, and spirit, both pedagogy and curriculum aim to develop capacities of thinking, feeling, and willing in each stage of childhood.
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Last Update: 18.02.16
School Type: Waldorf
Grades (Gender): PS to 8 (Coed)
Tuition: $ 13,500
Average Class Size: 15
Enrollment Day: 175 (PS – 8)
Contact Person: Lylli Anthon
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