Fathers at Berkeley Rose working together at a community event

At Berkeley Rose Waldorf School we are committed to building a strong and supportive community. Join us in cultivating an educational institution that imbues the children with a lifelong love of learning and the ability to navigate and influence their world with integrity and ingenuity.

“Berkeley Rose has become a landing place for my child…and has provided my child a beautiful environment, calm, structure and loving guidance.  The rhythm of the day grounds him; his sense of community and connection to others feeds him.  He has come alive with stories of Ancient Egypt …and loves how math concepts are unpacked and explored.  He has welcomed the challenges of Waldorf curriculum that are new to him and his biggest love, handwork, is a constant challenge and joy for him.”

— Cory W
Class of 2023 parent

“My partner and I toured Berkeley Rose School a year ago. We were able to observe several classrooms. In every class every teacher and every child was deeply engaged in the most amazing work. Our daughter is now completing her first magical year of kindergarten there. She learned to count through jumping rope. She knits, climbs trees, does carpentry and has developed deft social skills. Her love of learning is robust and intact, setting the stage for a life of wonderment, love, inspired study and achievement. We are so looking forward to many wonderful years in the Berkeley Rose community.”

— James J
Parent of Kindergarten student

“My partner and I toured Berkeley Rose School a year ago. We were able to observe several classrooms. In every class every teacher and every child was deeply engaged in the most amazing work. Our daughter is now completing her first magical year of kindergarten there. She learned to count through jumping rope. She knits, climbs trees, does carpentry and has developed deft social skills. Her love of learning is robust and intact, setting the stage for a life of wonderment, love, inspired study and achievement. We are so looking forward to many wonderful years in the Berkeley Rose community.”

— James J
Parent of Kindergarten student

Berkeley Rose seeks a diverse community, welcoming students of any race, religion, ethnic, and financial background. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, national, or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational or admissions programs and policies. The school is a nonprofit 501(c)(3).

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