Mission & History

The Seacoast Waldorf School is a vibrant learning environment and active community providing a holistic education that holds a deep reverence for and understanding of the development of the child as a physical, intellectual, social and spiritual being; while making Waldorf Education available to people of all economic classes, races, religions, creeds, nationalities and ethnic origins.

Founded in 1999, Seacoast Waldorf School serves children from infancy through adolescence.

Seacoast Waldorf School is one of over 200 Waldorf Schools in North America (1,000 worldwide) and is a member of  AWSNA (Association of Waldorf Schools of North America), and WECAN (Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America).

The school is situated on a 5 Acre Wooded Campus backed by conservation land, a Cottontail Rabbit Preserve and miles of trails in a rural, yet conveniently accessible setting in Eliot, Maine.


  • Non-profit 501 C3 Federal Status
  • Over 100 Students Enrolled
  • 17 Faculty Members
  • 4 Early Childhood Classrooms
  • 7 Elementary Grades (expanding to 8 in 2018)
  • 7 Specialty Subjects: Spanish, German, Orchestra, Chorus, Handwork, & Woodworking
  • Spatial Dynamics (physical education)
  • 6 Office Staff

 Tour the only Waldorf school on the Seacoast and see why Waldorf Education is the fastest growing independent education movement in the world.