Welcome to Monadnock waldorf school
For over 40 years, Monadnock Waldorf School has equipped children from preschool through Grade 8 with the confidence, creativity and critical thinking they need to meet the future. Our students thrive in an academically challenging, hands-on learning environment uniquely suited to their needs at each stage of development.
Our innovative curriculum integrates academics, arts, music, language and sport to educate the whole child. We support each student’s intellectual development, while producing resilient, well-rounded and innovative individuals eager to meet life’s opportunities and challenges.
Now Enrolling for the 2019-2020 School Year
Celebrating 100 Years of Waldorf Education
The first Waldorf school was founded in Germany 100 years ago out of an impulse to create a new form of education that would embrace human values. Today, Waldorf education is a thriving international movement with over 1,000 schools and 2,000 kindergartens around the globe. Waldorf schools educate young people who will be able to meet the challenges facing humanity with tolerance, knowledge, creativity and courage. Join us in celebrating the anniversary of Waldorf education and its potential to help create to a diverse and sustainable world.
Our students graduate academically and emotionally prepared for the rich challenges of high school and beyond. MWS students go on to thrive in public and private high schools, colleges and universities of their choice. Equipped with enthusiasm and confidence, they go on to succeed in diverse career tracks—from running businesses and non-profits to teaching, research and the arts.
Monadnock Waldorf School is sustained by an inclusive, dedicated community of friends, parents, former teachers, alumni and alumni parents—all with their own diverse talents and backgrounds.
Our community is connected by a yearly calendar of festivals, and by the active participation of parents and friends as volunteers, fundraisers, and committee members. Throughout the year, we host events—from a winter Crafts Fair to a May Day celebration—to welcome the larger community into the school. We hope you can join us!