Waldorf School of Louisville

A nonprofit organization

As an independent, not-for-profit school, the Waldorf School of Louisville relies on fundraising, grants, and donations to make up the difference between income generated through tuition, and the actual cost of operating the school.

Your Give for Good gift supports our Annual Fund! These donations have a DIRECT IMPACT on children in our community and help WSL to grow and thrive. The Annual Fund supports the general health of the school and includes:


  • Flexible Tuition Discount program that works with families to increase accessibility through lowered costs
  • Increases socio-economic diversity on campus and increases inclusivity
  • Almost half the school receives some level of support from this program!


  • ReWilding Efforts like natural playscapes, removing ornamental  landscaping and replacing it with native wildflowers, pollinator friendly plants, and useful herb and dye gardens
  • Expanding Garden beds and plantable spaces, installing sunshades, and climbable trees,  and adding a greenhouse to serve as a new outdoor classroom space for the Practical Arts


  • Exciting partnerships with local groups like the Louisville Folk School to enhance the music program, and purchasing musical instruments for student use
  • Growing our Practical Arts (garden and woodworking) and Handwork (knitting, sewing, needle felting, crochet) Programs


  • In School Games and Movement instruction, and After School Athletic Clubs like Basketball, Archery, Volleyball, Track, and Fencing
  • Pentathlon Sports like Javelin, Discus, Wrestling, Long Jump and Relay Training


  • Major Field Trips like Hill and Hollow Farm, the Cumberland Gap Camping Trip, 5th Grade Pentathlon, and the 8th Grade Capstone Trip


  • All the beloved Faires, Festivals, Middle School Mixers, and special events that bring our families together in the spirit of community and harmony!  

The mission of the Waldorf School of Louisville is to guide our students on a path of inner development toward a sense of responsibility, and freedom to unfold as human beings.

Non-Discrimination Policy: Waldorf schools are committed to developing the human potential of each child to its fullest. Admission to the school is open to everyone, without regard to race, sex, creed, religion, national origin, or ethnicity. In company with many other tuition-based independent schools, Waldorf schools are actively seeking ways to increase the economic and ethnic diversity of their student populations. We do not discriminate enrollment, admission, or hiring based on religion, race, identity, gender, or sexual orientation. It is a fundamental goal of our education to bring students to an understanding and experience of the common humanity of all the world’s peoples, transcending the stereotypes, prejudices, and divisive barriers of classification by sex, identity, race, religion, and nationality.

Who We Are

On September 19, 2019, Waldorf education will proudly mark its 100th anniversary. We believe that by investing in transformative education we have the ability to not only improve the health and well-being of children, but to act as agents for positive change. Waldorf education provides resources to help build a kinder world where all children are included; where differences are appreciated; where empathy and compassion are nurtured, and students are empowered to make a difference. Our school is one of more than 1,100 Waldorf schools in 80 countries all over the world!

Our school is non-denominational and open to children of all cultural, racial, and religious backgrounds. The Waldorf School of Louisville strives to make Waldorf education available to all families who value it, regardless of financial circumstances.

The Waldorf School of Louisville serves children from birth through grade 8 from all over our region.

Organization Data


Organization name

Waldorf School of Louisville

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3110 Rock Creek Dr
Louisville, KY 40207