Exceptional minds. Extraordinary passion.

At Honolulu Waldorf School, we educate each child to find meaning, passion, and purpose in life and to contribute to the creation of a better world for all. Through a curriculum based on the developmental stages of the human being and on the integration of art and academics, our children learn to meet the world with clear and creative thinking, compassion and moral strength, and with the courage and freedom to act.

Why is WALDORF Different? 

Being smart is not just about your SAT score. We care about what happens to you after you finish college, just as much as we care about you getting into college.  

Do you have the academic preparation, the passion, and the gumption to create a meaningful life for yourself? And can you do it ethically and collaboratively without tearing others down?  At Honolulu Waldorf School, these are our values.


How is WALDORF Different?  

Learning at Honolulu Waldorf School:

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Waldorfaire 2016 is an all-day fundraiser and celebration of Waldorf curriculum featuring ono food, live entertainment, and lots of fun for the whole family.  Keiki of all ages will enjoy crafts, games, a puppet show, zip-line, face-painting, toy/costume shop, and the amazing Bubble Man.  We're welcoming back popular local musicians Lopaka and Tavana, as well as the preschool set's favorite, Uncle Wayne and the Howling Dog Band.  Amazing aerial performances by Samadhi Hawaii and ono grinds offered by Da Spot, Bonfire Pizza, Il Gelato, and more.

Wear a family-friendly costume and join in one of our Halloween costume parades!

Niu Mauka Campus (350 Ulua Street / Honolulu, HI 96821)
(808) 377-5471

TIME: 10:00AM - 4:00PM

Free and Open to the Public

7th and 8th grade Spanish students, November 2015

7th and 8th grade Spanish students, November 2015

El Día de los muertos

Day of the Dead Celebration

To celebrate this Latin-American holiday, 7th and 8th grade Spanish students will "raise the ofrenda" to honor their ancestors.  Afterward, all will walk a candle-lit pathway to a beautiful courtyard where the Spanish students will serve chocolate caliente (Mexican hot chocolate) and Day of the Dead Bread. 

Niu Mauka Campus (350 Ulua Street / Honolulu, HI 96821)
(808) 377-5471

SAVE THE DATE: november 2nd, 2016
TIME: 5:30Pm-7:00pm

Free and Open to the Public


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