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.

Join our Community in the Listening Room with Mr. Keeney

You are invited to listen with us as we gather each day to enjoy these readings from Tucson Waldorf School Pedagogical Director, John Keeney.  His recordings are a gift for our school and the wider community. Enjoy. https://tucsonwaldorf.org/listening-room/

Summer Break & School Days Ahead

While the campus is closed, TWS remains very much open with faculty, staff, and Board working, mostly remotely, to support  the healthy functioning of our beloved school. Thank  you for your support and understanding during this time as we prepare for the start of school on August 12 & 13.   Click here to see […]

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Why Waldorf?

A film by our friends at The Marin Waldorf School.