Pre K + Kindergarten

Educating The Whole Child

Grades 1-6

Excellence is a given.
It’s how we teach that changes everything.

Junior High 7-8

Preparing students for life


We welcome your visit to the Waldorf School of Bend! Experience our morning rhythm, and visit a main lesson in each grade. After your classroom visits, we are here to discuss Waldorf philosophy, answer questions, and explore whether the Waldorf approach is a fit for your child and your family. Because we visit classes in session, adults only please. There are other opportunities for your children to visit at our Open Houses.

Beginning in autumn, scheduled tours are held on each Tuesday morning beginning at 9:30. Tours alternate between our grades and early childhood programs. Call Sarah Rucker, Admissions Director, at 541-330-8841 to reserve your spot.

Waldorf Pre-k + Kindergarten Education

Once upon a time, a child stepped into a Waldorf Early Childhood classroom.  A soft, joyful voice of welcome folded him into his morning activity, which had been carefully chosen to nourish, nurture, and respect his specific developmental stage. He is surrounded by...

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The Waldorf Experience: Parent Perspective

Our family has been involved in Waldorf education for eleven years. When our family first stepped into a small Waldorf school in Connecticut, we knew that it was this education model we wanted for our three young daughters. During these past years, we have experienced...

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Brand New Natural Playscape

Play is foundational to Waldorf education and something that will benefit our children greatly as they grow and develop. Our hope at WSB is to provide a rich array of play features to help our children develop strength, coordination, agility, confidence and many more...

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Video Gallery

Our community in action

Artworks Light Vessel Project
Waldorf School of Bend
Life is Beautiful
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Heart Bomb 2015
Waldorf School of Bend

Our highest endeavor must be to develop free human beings who are able of themselves to impart purpose and direction to their lives. The need for imagination, a sense of truth, and a feeling of responsibility - these three forces are the very nerve of education.
-Rudolf Steiner

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