What is WSL?

The Waldorf School of Louisville educates children from birth through grade eight.  The school is part of an international education system, developed in the early 20th century by philosopher, educator, and architect Rudolph Steiner. Since the first school’s opening in 1919, Stuttgart, Germany, over one thousand schools have been established worldwide, gaining prominence in major cities.

WSL offers a challenging academic curriculum infused by the arts and informed by a deep understanding of the child’s capacity for learning. This education is designed for families that believe a healthy body is integral to the development of a healthy mind.  Movement, singing, sculpting, knitting, painting, and playing music engage our students, creating an experience that allows a deep connection with the core academic curriculum. The school has twenty two faculty members serving 130 students.

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