Receive the children in reverence, Educate them in love,-Rudolf Steiner
Send them forth in freedom.
“I’ve been involved in Waldorf education for over 20 years, and I’m particularly excited to get to know this unique and innovative school. The Taos campus is the perfect setting for a curriculum that strives to open the minds of children through nature; add to that, creative, passionate teachers, and a strong parent community and you have a very special school. I’m looking forward to leading it into the future.” – Conrad Rehbach, Administrator, Taos Waldorf School/Parent of 2 Waldorf graduates
“Students from Taos Waldof School do extremely well at Taos High School. Not only are the students curious and creative, they are focused, diligent, and most importantly, come with the academic and social skills needed for success.” – John Henderson, AP History Teacher, Taos High School
“I took time to make this decision. I observed several other schools in Taos and then I sat in on every grade class at Taos Waldorf School. My mind was made up– what the students were learning in the upper grades, the breadth and the depth, really impressed me. I couldn’t be happier with my choice.” — Erin Doherty, MD, Parent, Taos Waldorf School.
“The Taos Waldorf School has become so important to me as a benefit to the growth of my grandchildren that I can hardly express my desire and willingness to participate in the perpetuation of that opportunity for my own kin and for all who may have the opportunity to be touched by what you have achieved for these many young people.” -Michael Graves, Grandfather of a TWS alumni (College freshmen, honor student), and 4th grader at TWS
“What every parent would wish as the best for his or her children, Waldorf Education provides. The fullest development of intelligent, imaginative, self-confident and caring persons is the aim of Waldorf Education. This aim is solidly grounded in a comprehensive view of human development, in an intellectually and culturally rich curriculum, and in the presence of knowledgeable, caring human beings at every stage of the child’s education.” – Douglas Sloan, professor emeritus, Columbia University
“Teaching at the Taos Waldorf School is incredibly rewarding. What we study in the classroom is so real and connected to the world around us. The academic level at which the children are working is impressive, and so is the happiness and laughter that surround each lesson. We have found an amazing formula for success!” - Sarah Beasley, 7th Grade Teacher, Taos Waldorf School