The Waldorf School of Garden City is a community of faculty, staff and parents who have come together with the common purpose of providing children with Waldorf education. Our student population proudly reflects the entire spectrum of cultural, ethnic, religious, social and economic diversity of our unique suburban New York community. As a 65-year old school, we are fortunate that our alumni, alumni families and friends are numerous and play a vital role in the ongoing life of the school.
As a community -- whether working in the classroom or coming together during festivals, assemblies or other activities -- we strive to celebrate our common humanity, not our separateness in belief or practice.
Students from all backgrounds are educated at the Waldorf School of Garden City, finding their essential spiritual nature uniquely recognized and honored, with their private beliefs equally respected.
The Waldorf School of Garden City is committed to fostering a fully inclusive school community and welcomes faculty, staff and students of all races, ethnicities, nationalities, religions, socio-economic backgrounds, sexual orientations, and spiritual values.