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Spring Garden is part of the long-standing Waldorf tradition, a worldwide movement putting Rudolf Steiner’s educational philosophy into practice.
We at Spring Garden Waldorf are committed to educating each child so that he or she will contribute to the future of the world with clear and creative thinking, compassion, moral strength, and courage.
The Waldorf method works because it addresses the whole child—cognitive, social, and creative—and meets the needs of each individual through a
Spring Garden Waldorf School in Akron invites all to come and experience a different education. Not only do students learn a core curriculum of reading and writing, math, science and history, their learning is more hands on with classes like handwork and woodwork. A school garden teaches them valuable lessons in science, health and community involvement as they donate the vegetables and proceeds of the garden to St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Akron.