Virtual Open House
Join us for a Virtual Open House on Wednesday, March 24 from 6:00–7:00 p.m. For information or to receive a videoconference link for the January virtual open house email: email@example.com or call 207-236-8021. All are welcome!
Ashwood Waldorf School is an independent, pre-K through eighth grade learning community. Ashwood offers a rigorous, classical education structured around the stages of human development. Our professional faculty is devoted to challenging and engaging each student through a curriculum that integrates science and mathematics with literature, history, and the arts. Ashwood graduates are vibrant, balanced and confident individuals with the initiative to learn, adapt, and thrive in a changing world.
Statement of Solidarity
Our early-childhood teachers create a warm, caring atmosphere that nurtures each child’s initiative through creative play and fosters healthy social experiences.
Central to Ashwood’s philosophy is a desire to honor childhood and make learning joyful. Individual achievement gives way to the quality of our students’ relationships with their teachers and classmates.
Tamara Rosenthal We are pleased to announce that we have hired Tamara Rosenthal as our new nursery school lead teacher. Tamara is a trained Waldorf early childhood teacher. She was the early childhood assistant at Ashwood last year and rejoined the EC faculty in...
What do you do for all-school games when it's too icy to ski or sled? Otter sliding, of course!
On February 10, the faculty held a meeting to announce teaching assignments and class configuration for the 2021-2022 school year. Class teacher assignments for next year are as follows: Class 1-2, Elizabeth Doshi; Class 3-5, Robert Kaczor; Class 6-8, Laura Purdom. To...
For all-school games today, the grade school students went for a morning ski. Nothing new about that, but this time there was twist. For a Valentine's treat, they hitched up the kindergarteners' sleds and gave them a ride in the wintery woods!
Class 4-8 has taken up the ukulele in music class this term. The little instrument lends itself to a certain amount of clowning around, as you can see from these photos. Linnea and TuckerFayeOliverAmiCeriClementineFrances