Tours & Events

WSOC’s Early Childhood Program Celebrates Nature and the Senses

Waldorf Education founder Rudolf Steiner spoke on a number of occasions about experiences essential for healthy early childhood education, including the following: 

  • Love and warmth 
  • Care for the environment and nourishment for the senses 
  • Creative, artistic experience 
  • Meaningful adult activity as an example for the child’s imitation 
  • Free, imaginative play 
  • Protection for the forces of childhood 
  • Gratitude, reverence, and wonder 
  • Joy, humor, and happiness 
  • Adult caregivers on a path of inner development

At Waldorf School of Orange County, your child will thrive in our sensory-rich and nature-inspired curriculum. Contact us to learn more!

 


May Faire Through the Years

May Faire, as a school wide festival, is a mandatory curriculum event that generally occurs on the first Saturday in May. It is a time where our community joins together to create a beautiful event; everyone’s participation is vital and valued. We wear white or light pastels to serve as a backdrop for the splendid beauty of the flowers that adorn our campus. Our children wear flower crowns and dance and weave ribbons around the May Pole. We play games and music, do crafts, frolic with our kids and enjoy homemade treats with our friends and neighbors. This celebration of spring ties us to our greater human family, past and present, in a tangible and powerful way. 

This event is open to the public and every year we welcome friends, family, and community members to join us in our festivities!

Should you have any questions, feel free to contact the Admissions Department at (949) 574-7775, Ext. 206 or via email at the following address: admissions@waldorfschool.com.

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