Waldorf School-Orange County
High School in Costa Mesa, CA
Waldorf School of Orange County (WSOC) invites you to explore the Waldorf curriculum from early childhood through high school. Our goal is to supply a complete education that engages the child cognitively, actively and emotionally. We recognize and welcome the unique presents brought by each child we serve, encourage independent thinking and imagination, and foster a life-long love of learning. Based upon the teachings and insights of Rudolf Steiner, our age-appropriate curriculum fully integrates the disciplines of the humanities, science and math, movement.
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read moreAt Waldorf School of Orange County, your child will thrive in our sensory-rich and nature-inspired curriculum. Contact us to learn more! 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.
read moreWSOC is one of approximately 1039 Waldorf schools worldwide and 43 Waldorf high schools in the U.S. Founded with a single kindergarten class in 1988, the school enrolled its first ninth grade class in fall 2007 and graduated its first twelfth grade class in spring 2011. The Campus is located 45 miles south of Los Angeles and 100 miles north of San Diego. WSOC is a comprehensive four- year high school serving grades 9-12. Like most high schools, WSOC provides students with a rigorous college preparatory program.
Pre-Kindergarten & Kindergarten
read moreOur Early Childhood Programs provide the bridge from home to school while nourishing and supporting the development and growth of each child as a unique individual. The programs include the Playgroup for child and parent together, Pre-Kindergarten (four or five days per week) and Kindergarten (five days per week). The Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten day includes circle time, story, creative play and outside play. Play, being the work of the young child, is the time for the child to live in his/her imagination and imitate, reenact and explore the world around them.