I don’t want Niko to have the same negative experience that I had in the public school system. He is so creative, alert, and interested. He is always exploring and asserting his independence. I want his future to be realized and be an eager learner as he grows older. I want him to be in a school that is both brain-building and emotionally stimulating. I like the small class size where he can grow in a non-judgmental, not-materialistic, environmentally conscious school with his peers.
I feel that a Waldorf education will guide him as his own person in developing his coping skills to deal with the larger differences in life and society. I don’t want him to lose the spirit that he beams so brightly. I hope that he can be one of the humanitarians that help make the world a better place.
Niko and his mom began at HVWS in our parent-child classes. He is now a 1st grader in the Class of 2025.