Nestled on nineteen acres in the beautiful hill country
of central Texas and celebrating 37 years of educational
excellence, the Austin Waldorf School provides a unique
education to students in kindergarten through twelfth grade.
;e school is accredited through the Association of Waldorf
Schools of North America (AWSNA), the Independent
Schools Association of the Southwest (ISAS), and the
National Council of Private School Accreditation (NCPSA).
;e curriculum is designed to meet each stage of a student’s
development from early childhood, through adolescence, into
young adulthood. ;e programs demonstrate a continued
commitment to providing a well-rounded educational
experience integrating academic, artistic, and practical
disciplines. ;e Austin Waldorf School cultivates a love
of learning, creative thinking, a sympathetic interest in the
world, self-con;dence, and an abiding moral purpose.
In addition to a rich academic curriculum, the students are
taught two foreign languages, vocal and instrumental music,
handwork, woodwork, blacksmithing, ;ne arts, drama, and
sports and games from around the world.
At the center of the school experience is the relationship of the
individual to the greater community. While this is cultivated
di;erently at di;erent ages, it is an important part of being a
student here and of being a citizen of the world. ;e students
participate in community service and work experience
programs all geared to foster a sense of responsibility and
empowerment in e;ecting change in society as a whole
or simply in the life of a single person. Such meaningful
engagement with people is one of the many extraordinary
elements of being an Austin Waldorf School student.
;e faculty is dedicated to excellence and artistry in education
and many of the teachers have decades of professional
experience in their ;elds. ;e parent body is stalwart and
generous, and the community life is ;lled with student
performances, festivals, and a vibrant parent society.
To learn more about the school visit the website at