A Gateways Conference Featuring Stephen Spitalny
April 21 - 23, 2017
Workshops led by local experts
It is through the senses that we relate to the world around us, as well as to other human beings. The foundational senses develop first and are prerequisite to the later development of the higher senses. Upon the strength or weakness of the lower senses, the human being will meet the world with certainty and trust, or hesitation and fear. The healthy development of the senses continually transforms into new capacities as a child grows. What can adults do to support sense development?
The childs physical environment has a role in how the senses unfold. How can experiences in nature support sense development?
Presented by LifeWays Ontario, Toronto Waldorf School and Rudolf Steiner Centre Toronto.
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Early Childhood Programs
Join us for Story Time on every first Saturday of the month!
More than Academics
Our Grade 12 class designed and created benches using donated ash wood. One bench was given to the Oak Ridges Community Centre in Richmond Hill. Others are placed around our school. Learn more...
Our Grade 8 class was the runner-up of the Canada's Coolest School Trip contest from Parks Canada in 2014. Watch the claymation video that they created...
Have a look at this 3D Printer Project by two of our Class of 2012. They spent a year building a 3D printer!
Read testimonials from our parents and alumni/ae.
University & Beyond
We are proud of all our graduates. Learn more about our alumni/ae and see how Waldorf education helps them in their careers and lives.
Congratulations to Jessica Moore (Class of 1996)! Her translation, Mend the Living by Maylis de Kerangal has made it onto the long list of the Man Booker International Prize 2016, an annual literacy award given to the authors and translators. Read more...
An alumnus was thankful to how Waldorf education prepared him well for his first year in Pratt Institute in New York. An alumna was awarded the King's Medal at the University of King's College for her top academic achievement in 2014. Another alumnus won the Outstanding Academic Student award at Quest University in 2013.
Congratulations to our alumnus Ariel Nasr ('97) who won the Canadian Screen Award in 2013 and was nominated for an Oscar in the same year!
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