Maintaining nature long-term as the livelihood of future generations.

Education is unimaginable without interpersonal encounter.

Strengthening children and youth in their individuality and development potential.

Putting personal encounters front and center.

Valuing human beings in all their dimensions.


“We Attended a Waldorf School” – Alanus University Survey Provides Insights as Waldorf Schools turn 100

How do former students look back on their time at a Waldorf school? How do they reflect back on their time in the classroom? What influence did their attendance have on their further life’s journey? A new survey of Waldorf graduates will address these themes and questions and will be published in 2020 by the publisher Beltz Juventa Verlag. Alanus University of Arts and Sciences is providing first insights into the survey results on the occasion of Waldorf100, the 100th anniversary of the first Waldorf school. Researchers at the university carried out the online survey between November 2018 and March 2019; participants included around 3,000 former Waldorf students between the ages of 17 and 80.