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.

Musical Theatre Camp Presented by Cultured Mirror

Culture Mirror Camp and TWS students in the News: https://www.kold.com/2019/07/12/students-can-create-their-own-show-musical-theatre-camp/ To Register: http://culturedmirror.com/ Camp price is $475 for two full weeks.  Please contact Tyane directly through the Cultured Mirror website link for more information.

Enrollment News & First Days of School

Tucson Waldorf School welcomes your enrollment inquiries. There are still limited openings in several classes for the 2019-2020 school year. For more information and a link to apply, please email [email protected] TWS looks forward to seeing new and returning students on the first days of school.  Grades 1-8 start on Wednesday, August 21.  The first […]

Waldorf 100: Learn To Change The World

On September 19, 2019, Waldorf education will proudly mark its 100th anniversary. From September 2018 through June 2020, Waldorf schools and communities around the world celebrate this anniversary through social and environmental impact projects. These campaigns aim to stimulate dialogue around human values in education and support initiatives that revitalize society and our relationship with our […]

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Why Waldorf?

A film by our friends at The Marin Waldorf School.