Celebrating 70 years of Purpose, Gratitude & Respect…Support us in continuing the tradition.
Dear Waldorf Community,
The process of looking for the right school can be daunting to say the least. I began the process for my son when he was a 7th grader and, at the suggestion of someone at his school, we scheduled a tour at The Waldorf School of Garden City in the spring of 2015.
The rest is history…in the Waldorf School of Garden City, my son has found a second home.
Justin walked into the doors of the Waldorf School, and never considered another option. He found the place where he belonged, and nothing else mattered at that moment. His experiences here have enabled him to blossom, to grow, and to look for answers beyond what is presented.
The Waldorf School of Garden City is more than a building filled with textbooks and chalkboards, it is a place where children thrive and find their purpose. Whether it is through the arts, main lesson, athletics, or gardening and sustainability – the Waldorf School nurtures and educates the entire child, awakening a sense of purpose and empowerment.
The extended Waldorf community is at the foundation of what has been established and built within these walls since 1947 – and our parents, teachers, administration, alumni, and friends make this education possible on many levels…
Contributing to the Annual Fund is one of them.
The Annual Fund supports overall school educational and facilities needs not covered by tuition – focusing on those areas requiring immediate attention.
Our goal for the annual fund this year is to increase participation from all segments of our community. Waldorf students are the building blocks of our future, and especially during these times investing in them could not be more meaningful.
Thank you in advance for continuing the tradition of generosity towards the Waldorf School of Garden City.
You can make a gift, by clicking here.
Please contact me at 516.742.3434 x309 or email@example.com to learn about additional ways that you can support our students.
“At The Waldorf School, it is not about what I learned but how I learned; the process of learning is important and has had a long term impact on me today.”
-Helen Resnick ’82