Pasadena Waldorf School Celebrates Hundredth Year of Waldorf Education

Pasadena Waldorf School (PWS) celebrated the hundredth year of Waldorf Education with a welcome song, a speech by PWS teacher Samuel Glaze on the global movement of Waldorf education, release of butterflies and the school song to close the festivities. Preschool waved to the world from their play yard on PWS’ McComb Mendocino campus.

This year Pasadena Waldorf School join over 1,100 Waldorf schools and 2,000 Waldorf kindergartens from around the world as they celebrate 100 years of Waldorf Education.

The growth of Waldorf Education to 80 countries has made it the largest free school movement in the world. Parents across the globe are making an extraordinary commitment to support growth and strive towards a future in which humanity, healthy development and social participation are truly possible.

Waldorf Schools offers their students a rich, broad-based, deep course of studies, cohesively conceived, and progressing purposefully from year to year. The education is designed to impart significance, relevance, and meaning regarding humankind in the past, in the present, and in anticipation of the future.

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Pasadena Waldorf School, 536 E Mendocino St., Altadena, (626) 204-0786 or visit







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