In­de­pen­dent School

North Toronto Post - - 2018 Private Education Guide -

For 90+ years Wal­dorf grad­u­ates have gone into the world and made real, pos­i­tive change. 94% at­tend univer­sity and an as­tound­ing 50% pur­sue post-grad­u­ate stud­ies. Re­search shows Wal­dorf grad­u­ates have re­ward­ing ca­reers, last­ing friend­ships and re­main in­de­pen­dent, eth­i­cal and hope­ful. At Toronto Wal­dorf School stu­dents are pre­sented with ed­u­ca­tional ex­pe­ri­ences when they are phys­i­cally, emo­tion­ally, so­cially and in­tel­lec­tu­ally ready for them — the right thing at the right time. Maths, sciences, arts, lan­guages, hu­man­i­ties and move­ment are in­te­grated, of­ten into a sin­gle les­son, to fully en­gage the stu­dents. This ap­proach fos­ters a deeper mas­tery of the ma­te­rial and a life­long love of learn­ing. De­spite ever-chang­ing ed­u­ca­tional trends, Toronto Wal­dorf School con­tin­ues its em­pha­sis on a val­ues-ori­ented, child-cen­tered en­vi­ron­ment that teaches stu­dents how to think, not just what to think. Our grad­u­ates are cre­ative think­ing, con­fi­dent, cen­tred and feel a strong con­nec­tion to the peo­ple and the world around them.

YEAR FOUNDED - 1968 GRADES - Par­ent/In­fant–12 EN­ROL­MENT - 350 AV­ER­AGE CLASS SIZE - 8-20 STU­DENT/STAFF RA­TIO - N/A TU­ITION COST - $130-$20,100

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