Campus & Community

Our Campus

Situated on 19 wooded acres on the edge of the Hill Country, the school’s classrooms, studios, and performing arts and athletic facilities provide an ideal environment for learning.

The campus offers space for play, student community service and gardening projects, or simply a quiet walk through the woods. Community events, such as festivals, concerts, plays, and adult education classes, create an atmosphere of cultural enrichment.

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Our Faculty & Staff

The faculty is committed to excellence in teaching as well as the cultivation of a healthy social life in the school's community. All faculty members are engaged in continuing study of Waldorf Education, subjects they teach, and wider educational issues of our time.

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Parent Society

The working together of parents and teachers, not just in support of the individual child or class, but in the creation of an adult community, fosters the goals of Waldorf education and our own inner development as adults. Additionally, every parent is also a member of the Parent Society.

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Adult Education

The working together of parents and teachers, not just in support of the individual child or class, but in the creation of an adult community, fosters the goals of Waldorf education and our own inner development as adults. Additionally, every parent is also a member of the Parent Society.

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Juniper Tree School Store

The Juniper Tree school store has been serving the needs of our community and the general public for over a decade. The store promotes Waldorf education and its ideals through offering a fine selection of merchandise made from natural materials such as wooden toys, soft cloth dolls, games, puzzles,

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“One of the things we are so grateful for is the opportunity our daughter has had with regards to varsity sports at Waldorf. Basketball has provided her an opportunity to be a leader and the chance to learn from a supportive and committed mentor. The benefits will serve her in a myriad of ways throughout her life that she cannot now imagine.”