Join us virtually or in person

We offer online open houses throughout the year to provide general information about our programs and Waldorf education, so please Follow Us on Facebook, Sign up for our Newsletter (at the bottom) or Check our Calendar for the next in person Open House date if you prefer to meet in Whistler.

We are here to help you learn more about:

  • the Waldorf pedagogy and over 100 year old proven system of education
  • our natural campus and mountain outdoor opportunities
  • our school community that supports WWS
  • our dedicated faculty and support staff
  • Any question you may have…

We also can accommodate a personal online meeting and/or school tour at a time that works best for you during the midweek and within general business hours. Use the form below to submit a meeting request or inquiry.

Book a School Tour

We book online and school tours any midweek day. Please use the form below to provide us some details and we will get back to you as soon as possible with options.

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The best time to view a variety of classes is between 9-10:30am. Please put an alternate time in the special requests box .

A Day in the Life at School

Inspiring students for over 20 years

We invite you to learn more about what it’s like to be part of Whistler Waldorf School by viewing some of our video vignettes and school gallery pictures below.

You can learn how the vision and mission of the school help build the specialized learning and unparalleled curriculum for our students, as well as read about past experiences of WWS’ members in testimonials. Above all, the best way to learn about what WWS offers your child and family is to email our Admissions Manager to schedule a meeting or school tour anytime.

Short version of our promotional video produced by Kevin Arnold Photography  in 2015:

Aerial Drone Footage produced by former Class of 2019 graduates, Irie Smith and Sage Sandhu in 2020:

WWS Early Years offers programs for Children 18 months-5 years old.

WWS Gr. 5’s experience Ancient Greece through Distance Learning.

Grade 5 students explore Botany through observation and journaling.