Our Mission is the education of the whole child through the integration of the arts, humanities, and sciences.
The Waldorf School of Bend, inspired by Rudolf Steiner, joins in community to educate, nurture, and celebrate the journey towards each one's highest potential. We do this in harmony with the earth for the good of all.
A very interesting video about Waldorf schools in general. Highly recommended, around 12 min.
AWSNA is an association of independent Waldorf schools and Waldorf teacher education institutes. AWSNA’s mission is to strengthen and support the schools and to inform the public about the benefits of Waldorf education.
Waldorfanswers is a private site, intending to provide answers about Waldorf education, in depth, that parents and prospective parents may have, and to clear up some of the misconceptions that may exist about Waldorf education. Our intention is to provide a straightforward presentation of the facts about Waldorf education.
Rudolf Steiner College is one of America’s leading Waldorf teacher education colleges. It is also a center for anthroposophical studies. Programs at the College arise out of the work of Austrian philosopher, scientist and educator Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) whose innovative ideas and discoveries have inspired a wide spectrum of practical activities worldwide—in the arts, banking, architecture, medicine, agriculture, and care of the handicapped, as well as education.
Waldorf Family Network is a grassroots community service project serving homeschooling and other families inspired by Waldorf education. “We act as a wellspring of educational and inspirational support for the global Waldorf-inspired community at large, as well as to serve as a beacon of practical support for networking and community-building among families who live in the New England area. We serve all who have an interest in learning more about how to “bring Waldorf home”, including homeschooling families, those considering homeschooling, those with children in a Waldorf school, parents, and educators.”
Living Imagination is the culmination of 22 years of work and study, developing a practical application of spirit in matter through the practice of Anthropsophy and Waldorf Education. Spanning the countries of Canada, the United States, and Russia, Diane has offered lectures and workshops to Educators, and Families on a variety of topics.