Come see what we do best—bring education in a way that is fresh, alive, and perfectly suited for the developmental stages of the children. We invite you to take a look inside the Waldorf classrooms because “It Takes a Visit” to really see what distinguishes Waldorf from other schools.
Visitor Mornings take place each Thursday from 9 am to 12 pm. Although a phone call is appreciated, visitors are welcome to drop in. The mornings include a tour through the school from the Parent and Child Playgroup to the Early Childhood classes and through all of our grades. Attending a visitor morning is a wonderful way to see students and teachers in action as they go about their daily classroom activities. The Admissions Director is also available to answer specific questions about the school, curriculum or enrollment process.
Tours usually take about 1 hour. Contact our Admissions Director at 727-786-8311 or through email at email@example.com to schedule a Tour. We will make special arrangements for you if you are unable to visit on Thursday.
Suncoast Waldorf School schedules a number of Open Houses throughout the course of the school year.
During this time you will take a tour of the school and campus, have a general discussion of Waldorf education, an opportunity to ask questions and a chance to meet many of the school’s class teachers and special subject teachers. Although classrooms are not in session during these open houses, teachers will display current work of the children, including art work and hand work as well as academic work. In addition to specifically scheduled Open houses, most of our school festivals include an opportunity to tour the school.
Once a year the school holds a “Windows into Waldorf” Open House in which both current and prospective parents go from class to class experiencing some of the hands –on activities that the children enjoy in their lessons. This is a wonderful day for all.
Prospective parents can spend a morning as part of an Early Childhood and Kindergarten class, enjoying tea and warm homemade bread while learning about Waldorf Education.