Pasadena Waldorf School Third Graders Visit Kei-Ai Los Angeles Health and Wellness Center

Pasadena Waldorf School 3rd graders took a field trip recently to the Kei-Ai Los Angeles Health & Wellness Center to perform Peach Boy, the classic Japanese folktale. The Peach Boy tells the story of young Momotaro who, with the help of a dog, monkey, and pheasant, defeats a band of marauding ogres. Residents of Kei-Ai were delighted to see the children’s performance.

About Pasadena Waldorf School

Pasadena Waldorf School was founded in 1979 and began its high school in 2012, graduating its first 12th grade in 2016. PWS is an accredited, full member of the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Its high school curriculum meets the University of California’s a-g entrance requirements, and its graduates have been accepted by and attend a wide range of independent and state colleges and universities in the United States and abroad. Pasadena Waldorf School strives to teach students to be creative, critical thinkers with a strong moral compass, who are open and resilient, and can turn challenges into possibilities.








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