Waldorf schools do not have a traditional hierarchical structure. Instead they are composed of three interrelated spheres: the Board
, the Faculty
, and the Parents
. Each group holds the well-being of the children as its shared priority.
Decisions regarding the policies and procedures of the school are not made by a central figure, such as a principal, but by the Faculty, Board, or a designated committee. Decisions emerge from a process of discussion and consensus based upon respectful communication between relevant school groups.
The school's day-to-day operations are carried out by a Leadership Team, consisting of a school Administrator, Faculty Chair and Community Chair. We are committed to this three-fold leadership model that encompasses the administrative, pedagogical, and community realms. As we celebrate our 25th anniversary, we are excited about having a strong, collaborative model, one dedicated to the principles of a Waldorf education, for the benefit of our children, our families, and our community.