RSSAA - Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor

Upcoming Admissions Tours – all tours begin at 9 am

Early ChildhoodGrades 1-8High School
March 1February 28February 26
March 15March 14March 5

Visit our Admissions page for full information

Be a Part of our School’s Future

RSSAA Strategic Plan

RSSAA is committed to sustaining a relevant and evolving Waldorf curriculum designed to serve our students from the Early Childhood Program to High School graduation
There will be two opportunities for community members to have input on our new Strategic Plan, and to get involved in making the priorities of the plan a reality for our community over the coming five years. RSSAA is committed to nurturing a strong, connected and warm school community that supports families and children
Each of these meetings will be a chance to give your perspective on our School’s priorities and direction, as well as see if you want to be involved in a working group or committee around a particular area of the plan. RSSAA is committed to forging strong connections and bonds between the school and our environment – the local community, international Waldorf Education Movement, and the national education conversation
Saturday, March 17, 11 – 12:30 pm
(immediately after Parent Council)
Lower School
Wednesday, March 28, 7 – 8:30 pm
High School
RSSAA is committed to ensuring that the school is economically stable and has the resources to support continued stability and healthy growth
There are five pillars which the new Strategic Plan has been built on. RSSAA is committed to building administrative and structural capacities across the school community designed to support students, faculty, parents, staff and community members

Explore Waldorf Education

Through an inspired, uniquely integrated Waldorf curriculum, at RSSAA we start by meeting the needs of the developing young child, then empower students through the Grades and High School years. From early on, our students thrive in a joyful and engaging atmosphere that fosters clear thinking, innovation, open-mindedness and compassion. Even starting at a very young age, children at our school are well prepared for each new step in their education and for every stage of their personal development.

In our PreK and Kindergarten classes children are encouraged to explore, imagine and create. They build social skills and personal confidence. Myriad capacities develop that become the firm foundation for future academic, social and personal success. Whether your child begins at The Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor in the PreK, Kindergarten, third grade, Middle School or High School, it will quickly become abundantly clear that a Waldorf Education is the right decision.

The Impact of the High School Expansion

Celebrating 100 Years of Waldorf Education

Now Accepting Applications for the 2018/19 School Year

To learn more about the school, schedule a tour.

Early Childhood – Janine Huber – 734.995.4141
Lower School – Peggy Wilson – 734.995.4141
High School – Sian Owen-Cruise – 734.669.9394

For more details, please go to admission section of the website by clicking here.