Educational Goals

Educational GoalsWaldorf College strives to educate the whole person, and sets the following goals for its students:

Goal 1 Waldorf graduates will be able to think critically.
Goal 2 Waldorf graduates will be competent in writing, reading, speaking, and listening.
Goal 3 Waldorf graduates will demonstrate knowledge in the natural sciences by being able to apply the scientific method and recognizing the applications of science to everyday life.
Goal 4 Waldorf graduates will demonstrate skills in applications of mathematics.
Goal 5 Waldorf graduates will demonstrate knowledge of the behavioral or social sciences.
Goal 6 Waldorf graduates will demonstrate knowledge of the performing and fine arts.
Goal 7 Waldorf graduates will have a basic understanding of their own interests, abilities, and values.
Goal 8 Waldorf graduates will have a basic understanding of community service and social responsibility.
Goal 9 Waldorf graduates will demonstrate an understanding of religion and the questions it asks, the role it plays in shaping life and culture, and the cherished beliefs of others.
Goal 10 Waldorf graduates will develop the skills for holistic well-being.
Goal 11 Waldorf graduates will demonstrate a global appreciation of their world.