Students at Brooklyn Waldorf School explore the world through active, inquiry-based thinking. Grade and specialty subject teachers work together to craft a comprehensive, hands-on curriculum.

“The claim for interdisciplinary learning is that parallel learning gives you advantages that series learning lacks. Those advantages may be: learning depth by fostering analogies; learning applicability by understanding context; learning flexibility by being aware of different modes of thought and ways of working; encouraging creative breakthroughs by using examples and models from different fields, etc.”
– Carl Gombrich, University College London