Our Curriculum

Each Waldorf school shares a unique approach. It is our experience that the majority of our graduates are accepted into a university or other post-secondary program of their choice. Learn about our successful curricula below!

Early Childhood

Infant – 6

Children immediately experience a learning environment of beauty and wonder, full of warm, flowing colours and natural objects that invite imagination and interaction through play.

Lower School

Ages 6 – 14

At TWS we strive to inspire our students to evolve into creative thinkers who are personally centred and strongly connected to humanity and the environment.

High School

Ages 14 – 18

High School at Toronto Waldorf School is a wonderful blend of sciences, mathematics, arts and humanities, with a healthy dose of social life and physical activity.

Why Choose
Waldorf?

More Than Academics

A Grade 12 student created a time lapse video of our school’s forum using more than 3,100 photos. Our Grade 12 class designed and created benches using donated ash wood. One bench was given to the Oak Ridges Community Centre in Richmond Hill. Others are placed around our school.

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One of the strengths of the Waldorf curriculum is its balance and depth; the emphasis on the arts…the rich use of the spoken word through poetry and storytelling. Above all, the way the lessons integrate traditional subject matter is, to my knowledge, unparallelled.

Michael Ende, Author: The Neverending Story, Waldorf alumnus

Upcoming Events

TWS 50th Anniversary All Alumni/ae Reunion June 9, 2018

2018 Waldorf Founders Cup

Join friends and family for a fun day on the green and an exciting dinner and auction, all in support of Halton Waldorf and The Toronto Waldorf School!

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A Deeper Perspective

Grade 12 Projects

Grade 10 Trig

During this Main Lesson, the students extended their knowledge of the mysteries of a triangle that they began investigating in Lower School to develop the Mathematical concept of Similarity and the fundamentals of Trigonometry.

Waldorf’s “Writing to Read” Approach

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