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post #21 of 24

I found the Waldorf School in Maui really informative and accomadating..Also, I hope it's not true of Marin Waldorf School in San Rafael California, I have never had anything buy kindness...The camp you are looking for is run by a retired teacher from SF Waldorf and it's called Hill of the Hawk in Big Sur.  The Lanier family runs it, it's fabulous.  My kids talk about all year until we go again and we've been going since they were 3 yo and now they are turning 7, yet their interest hasn't subsided!  It's worth it!!!

post #22 of 24

That's really rude.  I don't care if they are busy, or hard to get into, or what, but it's highy unprofessional, and let's face it since we have to pay a pretty penny to go to one of the schools it pretty much is a business.

post #23 of 24

I prefer to email the schools and they always get back to me right away.

 

Most Waldorf schools are already full by the fall, so it's best to get your "foot in the door" early on.

post #24 of 24

I'm coming way late to this, but I've noticed the same thing.  They never respond to e-mails and have to be hounded by phone.  We were trying to attend the SE AWSNA conference and it was like pulling teeth to get info.

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