100,000 + square foot historic restored school building in the vibrant Andersonville neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois
Wide and open hallways and stairwells indicative of early 20th century school building. The school building dates to the same years when Rudolf Steiner gave his first lectures on Waldorf Education.
Spacious music room, beaming with natural light.
Plenty of room for the capacity building arts. Touch, hear, feel, see. These are the pathways to the heart.
Movement classrooms are blessed with maple flooring, high ceilings and a wall of windows.
Science and math classrooms with classic slate blackboards on two sides of the room.
As a K-12 school, all age ranges are represented. Specialty rooms are set up for music and art and handwork and eurythmy.