The arts are not optional at Aurora Waldorf; they are essential. Why? Because the entire curriculum is taught through them.
Our students don’t “have music”, or “do art”, once a week. Instead, every student draws and sings every day, plays an instrument in an orchestra or band, knits and crochets, carves a wooden spoon, performs in a play every year, and much more.
That’s why our students are such creative problem solvers. From theater they learn the art of collaboration; from painting they learn attention to detail; from music, discipline. AWS graduates have taken these lessons with them into careers in business, teaching, law, technology, the military, environmental advocacy, medicine, and of course, fine and performing arts.