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.

 

 

 

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Upcoming Events

November 28:  Niu Mauka Campus Admissions Tour, 10:30am

December 2:  Spiral of Light - Early Childhood

December 14:  Parent Hui Meeting - 8:30am at Niu Mauka Campus

Deaf Santa Celebration Field Trip- High School American Sign Language Classes to Perform for Hearing Impaired Children at Downtown Pearlridge Center

December 15:  2nd Annual HWS Spelling Bee: 2:00 pm - Niu Hall - Come one, come all!

December 18:  Winter Jubilee, Click here for more information

December 19:  Niu Mauka Campus Admissions Tour - 10:30 am

December 20:  Grade 4 Class Play  - 5:30 pm at Niu Mauka Campus

December 21:  Noon Dismissal, No Aftercare

December 22 - January 7:  Winter Break - No School, Offices Closed 12-22-17 to 1-2-18; reopen on January 2, 2018

January 8:  School Resumes

FEBRUARY 17-20, 2018:

Kolisko Conference
Registration Form

Truth, Beauty, and Goodness: The Future of Education, Healing Arts, and Health Care, -a conference with Michaela Glöckler, international, and local presenters.

Questions?
Please email: conference@honoluluwaldorf.org
We look forwarding to seeing all!

 

HOW IS WALDORF DIFFERENT?  

Learning at Honolulu Waldorf School:

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.

AWSNA School Principles for Waldorf Schools


Videos

Waldorf education can, and does, have an important impact on the challenges we face in the world today!  Check out the film "Learn to Change the World" to find out more about Waldorf Education and the upcoming "Waldorf100" Centennial in 2019-2020.

"Why Waldorf?" - a new film about Waldorf education and Marin Waldorf School. 

This video is the Capstone Project of Moritz Koeppenkastrop-Lueker with the title "Making a promotional video for the Honolulu Waldorf School". The Honolulu Waldorf School goes from K-12th grade, however, this video focuses on the high school.

Honolulu video Production Company presents Honolulu Waldorf School!

"Our students spreading some ALOHA!"

The senior class of 2016 traveled to Sri Lanka and spent time at an orphanage doing service work. Watch the impromptu hula they performed for the Sri Lankan orphans.

Waldorf Wa'a - Honolulu Waldorf School Canoe Dedication Ceremony. View more at http://pacificnetwork.tv
Waldorf education is based on the principles of Anthroposophy by Rudolf Steiner. Rudolf Steiner founded the first school in 1919 Stuttgart Germany to educate the children of the factory workers from the Waldorf Astoria Zigaretten Fabrik - hence the name.

NIKO POWELL, HWS ALUMNI, CLASS OF 2014 AND A HOKULEA CREW MEMBER!

Uploaded by Hōkūleʻa Worldwide Voyage on 2016-09-08.


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