Experience Day

Step into our school and experience our joyful education

You may have heard a lot (or very little) about Waldorf education. Art, songs, games, verses, handwork, stories – they all sound interesting and fun, but how do they actually help children learn and grow?

Come experience for yourself! We have arranged a morning program for you and your child to sample different aspects of Waldorf primary and middle school education (from Class 1 to 8).

  • Participate in learning activities in our classrooms and experience the educational journey children undertake from grade 1 and up.
  • Spend time with our teachers to learn more about our ethos and thoughts on children’s education.
  • Talk to our happy parents.
  • See for yourself why our children go home full of knowledge and enthusiasm every day.

This will be the most immersive way for you and your child(ren) to decide if this is right for your family.

Register now!


  • Adults may come on their own
  • Children above 5 may join us but must be accompanied by at least one adult
  • Can’t make it to this event? Check out our monthly school tour on Fridays

November 26, 2022 (Sat)


9:30 to 11:30 am

Registration required
$100 per person (for adults and children 5-12 yo)
Free for IWS parents & children between 3 to 5
Open to public

The activities will be conducted in English.

  • Teaching demo for upper and lower primary classes
  • Experience academics (maths, science, language) and arts (beeswax, painting)
  • Talk on Waldorf education for adults
  • Visit our classrooms
  • Meet our students, parents, and teachers!
Kenneth Chenault
Chairman and CEO of American Express; Waldorf graduate
Julianne Margulies
Julianne Margulies
Emmy Award winning actress; Waldorf graduates

What’s so wonderful about Waldorf education is you’re exposed to all these different ideas, but you’re never given one view of it. You’re encouraged to think as an individual.

Michael Ende
German writer of fantasy and children's literature

I am deeply grateful for Waldorf education, which woke me up and helped me rediscover my imagination.

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg speaks at the U.S.-Afghanistan Joint Declaration Announcement at the Dilkusha Mansion Garden, Kabul, Afghanistan, Feb. 29, 2020. (DoD photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Nicole Mejia)
Jens Stoltenberg
Secretary general of NATO

When I am asked, “What did Waldorf education do for you?” I reply, “It encouraged me to always strive to become a better human being.”

Tilda Swinton

When I went to the Steiner school for the first time, I was struck mainly by older childrne: I had never before walked into a school where teenagers were so welcoming and self-possessed and kind.

Rudolf Steiner
Rudolf Steiner
Philosopher, social reformer, architect, and artist

Our highest endeavor must be to develop free human beings who are able of themselves to impart purpose and direction to their lives. The need for imagination, a sense of truth, and a feeling of responsibility — these three forces are the very nerve of education.

Registration for Experience Day 2022
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