We are currently accepting applications for the 2020-21 school year, however, several of our classes are enrolled to capacity, and have a waitlist. To inquire about enrollment and class openings, please contact Admissions Coordinator Bella Jaikaria at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The instructions below will guide you through the admissions process. Please note that children must be six years old by June 1 to apply for first grade, and 18 months old by June 1 to apply for the nursery or kindergarten.
Step 1: Application
Click on the TADS link below to create an account and submit an application. For the 2020 - 21 school year, we are pleased to announce a reduced application fee for all families. Early Childhood programs will have a $25 fee per application, and Grade School programs will have a $50 fee.
Step 2: Admission Documents
A recommendation form must be completed by the applicant’s current teacher, and a transcript and progress report must be released from the current school (if applicable). Downloadable forms and instructions regarding this process are provided in the online application. Records should not be submitted through the parents.
If your child is currently homeschooled, please have one of their teachers or coaches complete the teacher recommendation form, and please provide information about the homeschool program they are currently enrolled in.
Step 3: Student Visit
Upon receipt of all application materials, you will be contacted by the Admissions Office to schedule a faculty “play-based” interview. Our teachers will meet with you and your child for an assessment of readiness for our programs.
Upon receipt of all application materials, you will be contacted by the Admissions Office to schedule an interview for your child. Following the interview, an applicant may be invited to attend class for one day prior to making a final decision. The class visit will give your child an experience of what it is like to be a student at the Waldorf School of Princeton. We do not schedule grade school interviews or class visits during the last week of August and the first week of school.
The final admission decision will be communicated to you by the Admissions Coordinator within 24 hours of the class visit.
The Waldorf School of Princeton welcomes students of all races, colors, religions, national and ethnic origins, and from diverse family and economic backgrounds.