On Sunday October 23rd, the Waldorf School of Cape Cod (WSCC) will hold a Fall Open House as an opportunity for families to tour the school and meet the faculty. The event will highlight the school's creative and innovative teaching methods, optimal student-to-teacher ratio, and how teachers inspire a lifelong love of learning.
WSCC offers an alternative that educates students by meeting their developmental needs without undue stress so they can flourish and achieve. The wisdom of the Waldorf method is to bring the “right thing at the right time”.
“Our teachers are free to form lessons creatively to meet the needs of students. We are pleased to see that our efforts to engage our students in learning lead to a strong record of achievement and satisfaction in high school, college, and into adult life.” said Ted Curtin, chair
of the WSCC College of Teachers.
In addition to a core academic curriculum, students learn French, Latin, woodwork, handwork, orchestra, chorus, painting, drawing, modeling, gardening, and physical education. Students from Barnstable, Plymouth, and Bristol counties attend the school. Tuition assistance is available.