Waldorf School Redefines Affordable Tuition Program

Still accepting applications for Fall 2017

This spring, the Waldorf School of Cape Cod, has redefined their Affordable Tuition Program. Board members, faculty and administration at the school believe that financial considerations should not solely determine who can or cannot attend their school and that diversity is fundamental to a rich and meaningful educational experience. The school’s philosophy is grounded in a profound understanding of child development, offering a curriculum to nurture the intellectual, emotional, and physical needs of children from nursery school through the eighth grade.

In the 33 years that the Waldorf School has been educating children on Cape Cod, they have experienced the value that each family brings to their school community. Leaders at the school see education as a partnership between the school and it’s families. To make the school accessible to children of all economic backgrounds, the Waldorf School offers affordable tuition based on each family’s income level.

The Waldorf School of Cape Cod’s Affordable Tuition Program asks upfront what a family can pay and works with the family’s supporting documentation to encourage a dialogue. During this past year, following adjustments, families paid from $2,950 to $14,000 for a full-time grades or early childhood student. The school is still accepting applications for Fall 2017 enrollment; call 508-420-1005 for more information about the Affordable Tuition Program.

Read more about programming at www.waldorfschoolofcapecod.org .

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