Early Childhood Program Admissions

Nursery applicants and their parents are invited to visit the Nursery class for part of the morning. A parent or caregiver stays with the child during the visit.  Visits occur in late January-early March for acceptance for the following school year.  Following the class visit, teachers will schedule a parents-only interview to speak more in depth about the child and the curriculum. This interview is held within a week of a child’s visit at a mutually convenient time.  All interested students for the 2017-18 school year are strongly encouraged to apply early and no later than January 16, 2017.

For more information on the Nursery program click here.

Follow this link to apply for the nursery program.

Kindergarten applicants are scheduled for a 2-day visit (8 am – 12 pm) which provides a basis for the parent-teacher interview. Visits occur in late January-early March for acceptance for the following school year.  The parent-teacher interview is held within a week of a child’s visit at a mutually convenient time.  All interested students for the 2017-18 school year are strongly encouraged to apply early and no later than January 16, 2017.

For more information on the Kindergarten program click here.

Follow this link to apply for the kindergarten program.

 

Extended Care Program: The Waldorf School of Pittsburgh offers a Full Day option for Nursery and Kindergarten children from 8–3pm Monday – Friday. Families may also apply for the After-School Program from 3-6pm. For more information on Extended Care and the After-School Program, visit click here.

Families seriously considering Waldorf for their children are asked to submit completed applications, including the $50 application fee, by January 16 of each year for September enrollment. Applications received later will be considered if spaces are available.

For more information about either of these programs, please contact our Enrollment Coordinator Devon Wood at 412.441.5792, extension 224.

The Waldorf School of Pittsburgh does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, tuition assistance and scholarships, or any other programs.

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