Foundation Studies in Anthroposophy and the Arts is a two-year part-time program, offered at various locations throughout the country. It is typically housed in Waldorf schools or other centers of anthroposophical activity, and provides the prerequisite background for those planning to
Adolescents instinctively turn to the teacher who can open a window on tomorrow. They yearn for the mentor who will inspire courage and confidence. With more than 180 Waldorf schools in North America –– at least 39 with their own
Two weeks of five-day retreats for Waldorf teachers and anyone seeking personal rejuvenation and social renewal through anthroposophical study, artistic immersion, good food, and fun. The 2015 dates are: WEEK 1 – June 21- 26 & WEEK 2 – June 28
What Is Center for Anthroposophy?
Working out of the science of the spirit pioneered by Rudolf Steiner, the Center for Anthroposophy offers innovative part-time adult education programs and summer courses, including Foundation Studies, Waldorf teacher education programs, and Renewal Courses.
Since 1995 the Center has supported schools worldwide by continually preparing and renewing Waldorf teachers and those who stand with them as administrators, trustees, parents, and friends.
Take a look at what we have to offer in part-time and summer courses for all those wishing to deepen their understanding of spiritual life and to further their own professional and personal development.
Plus a beautiful summer campus, the option of vegetarian meals, and scholarship assistance.