Why Waldorf Works
Waldorf Education has grown from its humble beginnings in North America to include more than 160 schools across the continent, 250 early childhood centers, 17 teacher training institutes, 1 school entirely adapted for children with special needs, 1 school adopted by Native Americans and 8 schools with educational programs designed in partnership with farms practicing organic or biodynamic agriculture. So as you can see, this independent school movement has grown to have a huge reach and influence across the continent and remains as exciting and challenging as the day it started.

Waldorf Today

Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America (WECAN)!
Our mission is to protect and nurture the healthy development of the young child. We provide resources for early childhood educators and parents interested in Waldorf early childhood education.

Alliance for Childhood

Yavapai County Charter School Association
The Yavapai County Charter School Association was organized as a voluntary educational partnership. The organization will work together to meet the needs of Charter Schools in Yavapai County and create a unique voice within the educational community.

Arizona Department of Education

Mountain Oak School Annual Financial Report 2019

Arizona Department of Education Parental Rights Handbook 2020