Tamarack Waldorf High School Enrolls for Upcoming
T amarack Waldorf High School, which provides a rigorously academic, artistically creative and socially relevant curriculum to students, is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 academic year. Students and their families are invited to learn more by attending the Information Evening at 6 p.m., May 17, or by scheduling a tour of the high school.
Waldorf education offers a hands-on, experiential method of learning for students in a nurturing school setting. The curriculum encourages growth of the adolescent’s critical thinking skills and provides experiences which help to awaken a cultivated sense of self and life purpose. The high school offers classes in science, math and humanities, which are complemented by the arts, real-world learning and community service.
Tamarack Waldorf High School is the 41st Waldorf high school in North America. The school participates in the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program and offers tuition assistance.
Location: 2628 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr., Milwaukee. For more information, call 414-265-7075 or visit TamarackWaldorf.org.
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