Engagement in Education, Joy In Learning


My TWS experience made me more imaginative, more optimistic, not as negative as others.  I see how something might be good, such as a classroom assignment. In architecture, peers rely on other media and images to get their ideas.  I can use my imagination more–I don’t need something else to look at. I can just start drawing. I think I had more respect for the teachers in high school and college because of my Waldorf education.

TWS alumnus, Luca D.

Natural Birth & Baby Fest | Saturday, November 10th

A celebration of the childbearing years, Tucson’s Natural Birth & Baby Fest is geared towards new and expectant families, or those considering starting one. This year’s Natural Birth & Baby Fest will feature professionals and vendors specializing in pregnancy, birth, postpartum, baby care, & lactation as well as demonstrations and presentations by local experts. Join […]

The Living Arts Workshop & Lecture with Cynthia Aldinger | November 2nd & 3rd

The LifeWays training supports caregivers in the creation of home-like childcare environments that provide the comfort, security, and activities found in a healthy home. Lifeways invites parents, caregivers, grandparents, and teachers to regain their joy and preserve the playful spirit of childhood for the benefit of children in their care. Tucson Waldorf School will be […]

Visitor Morning Tours

What is smart? Is it acing a standardized test? Or something deeper? Waldorf education understands that developing human potential requires far more than just academics. Tucson Waldorf School helps children cultivate their natural curiosity to create their own path: intellectually, physically, and emotionally. Waldorf is one of today’s most relevant educational movements.  TWS faculty and staff […]

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Why Waldorf?

A film by our friends at The Marin Waldorf School.