Admission to Sunrise School of Miami
Waldorf education has become the largest independent, non-denominational education in the world, with more than 900 schools and 1,600 Waldorf Early Childhood programs on 5 continents, Waldorf Education is truly global-not only in its scope, but also in its approach. What accounts for this widespread interest?
Waldorf education provides a rich experience that prepares our students to meet the challenges of our world and the future – with clarity of thought, confidence to work toward needed change, and a reverence for all around. It achieves its aims with a fully developed approach that addresses the whole child – mind, body and spirit. The Waldorf curriculum works from the inside out, recognizing that growing child has distinct, age-related educational and emotional (IQ & EQ) needs according to their naturally unfolding stages of development. The Arts are integrated into every element of the curriculum. Lessons are experienced through drawing, painting, music, drama, recitation and movement.
Our students learn about the world experientially and in doing so, acquire a living education that awakens their intellect, wisdom and deepens the natural joy and wonder of learning. It is this inner enthusiasm and desire for learning that is the hallmark of Waldorf education. Education for the head, heart and hands.
Sunrise School of Miami offers a rich Waldorf – inspired curriculum which extends from Early Childhood through eighth grade: Early Childhood program (4 – 6 years); Grade School program (grades 1-8).
To request more information, please email our Enrollment Coordinator at Admissions@SunriseSchoolofMiami.org, or call us at 305.274.6562. The best way to experience this education is to join us for a School Tour.
The Sunrise School of Miami admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origins to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students of the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.