A fundamental aspect of the Waldorf School of Garden City is a commitment to nurture and sustain the natural world. Through curriculum and activities such as gardening, composting, and learning about twenty-first centruy food production, students learn to become stewards of the environment in which they live.
"Thankfully, the Waldorf curriculum, which stresses horticulture and ecology, connects students to the land in ways that promote our role as stewards of the earth. This collective sense of responsibility infuses our life with greater meaning and purpose. Along with a rich and fertile imagination, it helps us carve out a pathway steeped in altruism and goodwill."