The art and science of imagination

Da Vinci Waldorf School is seeking a Grade School Teacher for the 2016-17 school year. Please visit our Employment page for more details.

Upcoming Events

Songs & Storytime Free Preschool Class
Saturday, February 6, 10:00 a.m.
Children 2 to 5 years old are invited to Da Vinci Waldorf School to play, enjoy some circle games, and hear a story told with handcrafted table puppets. This is a free event! Please register by calling (847)526-1372 or emailing


Tour & Observe Da Vinci Waldorf School
Tuesday, February 23, 8:45 a.m.
Come tour and observe Waldorf education in action! Experience the warmth of our Early Childhood classrooms. Watch the lively engagement of our grade school students in math, science, and history, taught like you’ve never seen before. Movement. Music. Joy in learning. Come see for yourself why Waldorf education at any age is the best preparation for your child's happiness and success in the future. Please register by calling (847)526-1372 or emailing  

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From the Blog

Winter Grades Assembly, January 28th

Please join the grade school children and faculty for presentations from each grade school class, and stay for social time afterward. Though entertaining, the purpose of the assembly is

6th Grade Astronomy – Looking outward

In their current block, students are observing the night sky, sunrise and sunset. Their scope of interest is being directed outward, challenging their senses and intellect. They are beg

4th and 5th Grades Learn about Winter Beekeeping

Did you know you can still be stung by a dead bee, just by touching its stinger? The 4th and 5th graders learned this (and more) last week during their farm and garden lesson, focusing

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Why Choose Da Vinci Waldorf?

  • Your child will love school

    smiling A curriculum created for your child's age and stage of development means the content will naturally engage his interest. This combined with the unique Waldorf teaching approach that integrates the arts, movement, and hands-on activities with classical academics, small classes with exceptional teachers, and plenty of time outdoors will encourage your child's love of school.
  • Your child will be loved and known

    woodworking Our teachers stay with their students from year to year through the grades, allowing relationships to build over time and letting teachers know each child as an individual. Beginning in 1919, Rudolf Steiner, the founder of Waldorf education, designed it this way to facilitate the ideal that the teachers would love each of their students. Every teacher in our small school also knows and cares about every student here.