Admissions Process

Thank you for your interest as having the Waldorf School of Louisville as a possible educational home for your child and family! It is our goal to make not only the child but family members feel welcomed and inspired when visiting our campus. For all interested families, we recommend following the listed steps below.

TOUR OUR CAMPUS:

We request that all prospective parents begin the application process by touring our campus. This gives you the opportunity to see the children fully engaged in their learning as well as speaking with a member of Administration about your educational desires for your child/ren.

 SUBMIT AN APPLICATION:

Our application process, both for enrollment and Financial Aid, is submitted through an online system called TADS. A link to the application can be found here.

MEET WITH FUTURE TEACHER:

Once your application is submitted, you will be contacted by a member of our teaching Faculty to arrange a time to meet with you and do an observation/assessment of your child. Afterward, the teacher will meet with you and discuss their observations.

STUDENT SHADOW:

Applicants are invited to visit the school and spend a day with their potential classmates and teachers. Afterward, the teacher will meet with you again to discuss their observations.

ACCEPTANCE:

Once your child’s application has been accepted, completing enrollment is a two-step process:

Step 1: Completing Enrollment
You will receive an email from TADS prompting you to complete your child’s enrollment. You will pay your child’s deposit at this time.

Step 2: Setting up your Tuition Agreement
After you have completed enrollment, our Business Manager will create your tuition agreement and send it to you via TADS. This is the actual contract which you will also be prompted by e-mail to complete online through TADS. Tuition Assistance Awards will be communicated prior to this second step.

For more information please contact: Becky Richards (admindirector@waldorflouisville.com) or Julia Kimbro (julia.kimbro@waldorflouisville.com)