Rethinking Your Choice of School?

Seattle Waldorf School Has a Place for You!

Want to see for yourself? Join us for one of our upcoming Open House or Virtual Info Session events!

You can also join us for weekly tours at our Grade School and High School.

The application window for the 2024-2025 school year will open in October.

Student Life


Our students are known and celebrated for who they are. They receive the support they need to grow and graduate knowing they can thrive on any path they choose.


Students are challenged to own their education and be ever curious lifelong learners, thinking deeply and reflecting on their personal and academic journeys.


All students participate in the study and practice of art and theater, expanding their capacities for self-expression, empathy, and finding beauty in the world and humanity. 

Experiential Education

Whether on a week-long trip exploring the San Juan Islands, visiting the State Capital, or volunteering to restore local Native American tribal land, hands-on experiences allow students to enrich, expand, and practice what they’re learning in the classroom.

Request Information

Interested in scheduling a call or learning more about our school? Use the form below to share your contact information and we’ll follow up about next steps. We’re excited to support you through your admissions journey!

Learn More

We are here to help you at every step of the way in the admission process. Check out our Visit SWS page to learn more about upcoming in-person, small group tours on all of our campuses, virtual information sessions, and open house events. We can’t wait to meet your family!

“I think most students will say that applying to college is stressful. For me it has also been incredibly exciting, and I think my Waldorf education has taught me to look forward to what is ahead of me, even if I am uncertain about what is coming.”


“Our child is at SWS because the program’s focus is on supporting the healthy development of the whole child – emotionally, physically and intellectually. It’s not just about skill acquisition. It’s not just a layer of “social and emotional” curriculum added on the side.”


I like to think I can do anything.


“I am so impressed by the way students are able to support each other rather than compete. My daughter was climbing a rope, and there was her friend down below saying “look at what she can do.”


“We have consistently had the best employees with Waldorf backgrounds. The consistent, open and thoughtful nature is a quality we have come to associate with the school’s students and teachers alike. Waldorf is a huge asset to our community and our lives.”


Contact the Admissions Office

Lea Werbel, Director of Advancement/Enrollment (Grades 1-12)

Dina Trapalis, Admissions Associate & Registrar (Pre-K-Kindergarten)

SWS Non-Discrimination Policy

Seattle Waldorf School complies with federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, political affiliation, disability, veteran status, age, or any other status protected by local, state, or federal law.


2728 NE 100th Street
Seattle, WA 98125
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4919 Woodlawn Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103


7777 62nd Avenue NE
Seattle, WA 98115
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MISSION  Daily we strive to inspire learning, courage, and joy in the developing human being.

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