Tax Credits Support Our Students!

Tax credits are  welcomed to fund scholarships for Tucson Waldorf School students. If you would like to direct your tax credit to Tucson Waldorf School students, please click here. TWS families are invited to sign up to attend a Scholarship Coaching Session, create a family donor brochure and website, and complete an application on the Arizona Tuition […]

Tucson Waldorf School Alumni Profile: Anastasia Wrenn, Class of 2011

[This profile is an excerpt of our Alumni Newsletter. You may pick up a full copy in the office.] Name: Anastasia Wrenn Age: 20 Attended TWS: 2003 to 2011 Grades: 1st through 8th Teachers: Mabry, Hovland, Archer   Anastasia is a junior at Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, Illinois, where she is majoring in […]

“Project Wild Thing” Reflections from a Class Teacher: How time outdoors supports healthy development

This award-winning documentary of one father’s desperate search for a way to help a generation of children reconnect with nature takes many twists and turns. The film opens with a scene where David Bond experiences quite a battle with his young children who are not interested in leaving their captivating screens to go outside to […]

“Project Wild Thing: Reconnecting Kids with Nature” | Treasuring Childhood Film & Lecture Series, 2016-2017

Join us on Wednesday, October 19th  at 6:00 pm at the Tucson Waldorf School, 3605 East River Road for the screening and lively guided discussion with TWS faculty following film. Treasuring Childhood Events are generally designed for adults.  Babes-in-arms welcomed. Admission is free. Please R.S.V.P. to [email protected] . From the filmmaker: A revolutionary, award winning […]