Kelowna Waldorf School
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The Waldorf School Association of Kelowna (WSAK), a registered non-profit association, was founded in 1981 and offered its first Preschool class in 1982. Since 1981, the Kelowna Waldorf School has provided a proven alternative in education for children from Pre-K to Grade 8. The Waldorf approach works from the inside out, focusing on giving children a deep confidence in their own learning process, and having a deep sense of wonder and respect for life and learning.
The Kelowna Waldorf School has been a proud member of the Kelowna community for over 30 years. What makes the Kelowna Waldorf School a good fit? The answer: the people in the community. Unlike most schools, parents are actively engaged in the school itself. Whether its being on the board of directors, volunteering with extra-curricular activities like carpentry or chess, attending the festivals we have throughout the year, or attending the music recitals and plays, parents at KWS are very passionate about participating with the school. We believe that quality provides a unique difference for our school and for you being a part of the experience of schooling your child.
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Last Update: 18.01.15
School Type: Waldorf Education
Grades (Gender): K to 8 (Coed)
Tuition: $ 5,000 – 6,250
Average Class Size: Varies
Enrollment Day: 130 (K – 8)
Contact Person: Dana Bodnar, Admininstrator
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