The Corvallis Waldorf School is proud to be an independent, not-for-profit educational organization. Unlike public or charter schools, independent schools receive no funding from the government. Our funding comes from family tuition, community donations, and grants. We welcome students of all nationalities, ethnicity, and spiritual backgrounds. There are four pillars of our interdependent and cooperative governance and decision-making. They include, the Board of Directors, Faculty and Staff, Administration and Family-Volunteer committees.

Our Mission

The mission of Corvallis Waldorf School is to educate independent thinkers who meet life with courage and respond with initiative and creativity to the needs of the world and their fellow human beings.

History

This school started in 1993 in the homes of a few very dedicated and inspired parents in Corvallis. It grew to several classes and was hosted in a community church. When a full curriculum and multiple grades were developed, the school moved to the Corvallis School District, Fairplay Elementary building, located Northeast of Corvallis on HWY 20.

Moving Forward

Today we serve students ranging from Pre-Kindergarten through 8th Grade, and we have a year-round Little Acorns Parent Child Program. We are growing, and welcoming more students each year as we continue to bring strong and vibrant educational opportunities to the children of the Corvallis, Albany, Philomath, Jefferson, Monmouth and surrounding areas.