Cincinnati Waldorf School

6743 Chestnut St, Cincinnati, OH 45227
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Our missionThe Cincinnati Waldorf School educates the unfolding capacities of children by engaging the creative imagination of the mind, the spirit of the heart, and the skillful use of the hands. The Community actively participates in creating an environment that supports raising children who become self-reliant, creative and responsible adults.

Cincinnati Waldorf School

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Board of Trustee, Member

Board Members serve two year terms, to help guide and oversee the school, in conjunction with the administrative and faculty departments. Monthly meetings with some committee work; time commitment 1-2 hrs per week. Finance experience preferred.
  • Weekly, Monthly
  • 21+, 55+
  • Individuals
  • Physical, Office work, Indoor
  • On-site
  • Weekdays, Evenings
How you helpThe Board of Trustees provides oversight of the school in conjunction with the faculty and administrative teams. Volunteers play a vital role in developing and maintaining the the school's culture, operations and events.
About usThe Cincinnati Waldorf School is an independent school whose educational model is based on Rudolf Steiner's philosophy of developing the whole human being. Its pedagogy strives to develop children's intellectual, artistic, and practical skills in an integrated and holistic manner. The principles of Waldorf education evolve from an understanding of human development that address the needs of the growing child.Founded by a group of dedicated teachers and parents in 1973, CWS began with an Early Childhood class of 12 children on Resor Street in Clifton. In 2006 the school began offering a full grade school program, 1-8, and early childhood programming at Meshewa Farm in Indian Hill. In 2013, the Cincinnati Waldorf School opened in its doors in its permanent location in the historic Village of Mariemont, about 10 miles east of downtown Cincinnati, with an enrollment of 209 students. Enrollment for the 2020-2021 school year is 244 students, preschool through Grade 10. The schools' faculty consists of a talented group of trained Waldorf teachers dedicated to Waldorf education and its philosophy.
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