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Race-to-nowhere-2013_forWEB_resizedSpecial Screening of Race to Nowhere at The Loft Cinema

presented by Tucson Waldorf School
Saturday, September 27, 10:00am

This documentary film offers a close-up look at the pressure on today’s students with an intimate view of lives packed with activities leaving little room for downtime. Race to Nowhere offers a thought provoking challenge to our assumptions about education as well as possible solutions. Parents of school age children, and all who are  interested in education are invited to attend!

“Must see movie” - NY Times

Tickets are $5 and are available through the film website, and at The Loft Cinema on the day of the show. We strongly recommend advance purchase of tickets.



playgroupQuail’s Nest Parent-Child Classes 

Now Enrolling

Limited spaces are  available for infants and toddlers.

Prospective Quail’s Nest families are invited to apply any time during the semester. We look forward to welcoming you to the  Quail’s Nest in our new Parent-Child classroom!   To inquire, please call 520-529-1032.



Tucson Waldorf Class of 2014Congratulations TWS
Class of 2014!

We wish you all continued success!  TWS class of 2014 graduates are currently attending University High School, Catalina Foothills High School, The Gregory School, Sonoran Science Academy, Canyon Del Oro High School, City High School and Tucson High School.



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.