The Waldorf School of Santa Barbara

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Our school year is about to begin! September 8th we open our doors on our new, unified campus! 
 
Our first day of school for Grades 1 - 7 is Sept. 8th, and our Nursery and Kindergarten begin Sept. 9th. Come and join us for a tour and visit our new classrooms, gardens and more. Contact Nita Davanzo, Enrollment Director, for your personal tour today, or RSVP to attend our Early Childhood Open House on October 10th, or Walk Through our Campus on October 14th. 

Announcements

New Family Welcome Tea
New families! We welcome you to our school and community with open hearts and arms! Join us on Saturday, Sept. 12 from 2:00-3:30 for tea, light bites and smiles.
New Fall Class Announced! Parent and Baby Classes, led by Barbara Rosen
How to Navigate the First Year with Confidence, Ease and Joy
Graduation 2015!

Graduation 2015! "Two roads diverged in a wood, And I-
I took the road less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference."
Robert Frost

How these wonderful individuals have made all the difference to us here at WSSB. We are honored to have been part of their journey.
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Waldorf SB Stories

Here They Come! Our 2015 8th Grade Graduates...

Here They Come! Our 2015 8th Grade Graduates... We are ever so proud of our 2015 8th Grade Graduates; we know that they will continue to inspire and help others while they shine in leadership, grace and integrity.
Our 2nd Graders Enjoy a Day At Casitas Pass Farm

Our 2nd Graders Enjoy a Day At Casitas Pass Farm The only rules at the farm for us this day were: Don’t kiss the pigs on the nose, and don’t eat any worms. The worm eating rule may have been broken.
5th and 6th Grade Canyons Trip - a resounding success!

5th and 6th Grade Canyons Trip - a resounding success! We walked beneath the sun, frolicked in frigid waters, floated upon the powerful Colorado River, witnessed the cycle of canyon transformation, climbed mountain ridges, chased road runners, traveled inside and outside the 710 foot tall Glen Canyon Dam, slept under the star swept sky, welcomed the rain and braced against the cold sleet and snow on the rim of the Grand Canyon.
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