Celebrating 100 years of Waldorf®Education Worldwide
30 Years of Waldorf Education In Connecticut
While Waldorf Education is celebrating 100 years worldwide, we remain the only Waldorf grade school in Connecticut and our families travel from across Connecticut and Westchester County, New York to attend our school.
In April 1989 a small group of parents met to discuss opening a kindergarten.
The seeds of our school were planted on April 12, 1989 when a small group of parents first met in New Milford, CT to discuss opening a Waldorf-based kindergarten. The following January, a weekly playgroup began in New Milford, and within the year grew into a three-day nursery-kindergarten known as Star Meadow. In October 1990 the Housatonic Valley Waldorf School Association, Inc. was formed with the goal of adding a Waldorf grade school. With expansion and several more moves, HVWS finally settled into its own campus in the western part of Newtown, CT. We remain the only Waldorf grade school in Connecticut.
The Housatonic Valley Waldorf School is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. We do not discriminate based on religion, national origin, color, race, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or physical disability in our programs and activities or in our hiring, admissions, financial aid, or scholarship practices and policies. Waldorf is a registered service mark of the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA) and used by agreement of membership in AWSNA.