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AWSF funds our scholarship program which provides tuition assistance to eligible TWS families. Many children who receive assistance might not otherwise be able to attend. All Arizona taxpayers may be eligible to redirect a portion of their tax liability to AWSF.

Help us share the gift of Waldorf Education with more families through a robust scholarship fund. Please contribute today. For questions, please contact our Development Director, Jennifer Moore at or 520-529-1032.

image001Parenting the Young Adolescent in Challenging Times

A talk with Betty Staley, Director of Waldorf High School Teacher Education Program at Rudolf Steiner College
Wednesday, January 14th 6:30 to 8:30pm, Grade 5 classroom.

The years between eleven and fourteen are challenging times.  They can be compared to walking a tightrope over a chasm. Parents often feel they are also the ones on the tightrope, and the winds blowing in from our society are turbulent and unpredictable. How do the middle school years set the stage for the high school years? Betty  Staley will discuss ways in which parents and teachers can meet their youngsters to help them navigate this period in a healthy and constructive way.


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Saturday, January 24, 2015

Pre-school, Kindergarten, & Grades 1-8 Open House & Demonstration

Meet teachers, visit our beautiful campus, and see what a Waldorf Education has to offer your child! See more >

9:30-11:30AM, 3605 East River Road, Tucson. RSVP at 529-1032 or

Preparing for Life - a video by our friends at The Waldorf School of the Peninsula.



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Urban, biodynamic farm at Tucson Waldorf School

Tucson Waldorf School students work in the biodynamic farm - River Road Gardens

CSA shares available Visit River Road Gardens to enroll.