Waldorf Education is renowned world-wide for its commitment to social change and cultural renewal through a regionally adaptive education that promotes collaborative, inclusive practices, and fosters awareness of the
interconnectedness of all living things. The Trillium Waldorf School vision, mission, and guiding principles demonstrate the depth and sincerity of this commitment to our local and global communities.
We envision a community which nurtures, through compassion and love, the healthy unfolding of free-thinking individuals who develop the forces and capacities to courageously and creatively meet their life intentions.
Inspired by the work of Rudolf Steiner, Trillium Waldorf School cultivates social renewal by providing a comprehensive Waldorf education that lays foundations for Imagination, Inspiration, and Intuition, and fosters each child’s potential.
Trillium Waldorf School is intent on building and sustaining an inclusive and equitable working and learning environment for all students, staff, and faculty. Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process upon request.
Some thoughts from our faculty & staff about working here at Trillium:
“I love working at our school as it brings deep love, compassion, connectedness, nourishment, wisdom, enthusiasm and respect for each child and a better future for all of us as the whole Trillium School community.”
“There is no better school out there to work for and to be committed to achieving unlimited positive changes with the best results for every human being in our community.”
“Collaborative leadership and consensus decision model, caring and supportive colleagues and community, it’s a place you can learn and grow, location, I could go on and on…I’m a big fan of Trillium!”
“The people, the sense of community, and the child-centered approach are what I love most about working at TrWS. I also like the leadership structure – it feels accessible and adaptable.”
Current Job Postings
Facilities Manager & Caretaker
Finance & Human Resources Manager
Trillium Waldorf School is looking to expand its Supply Teacher list for early childhood education teachers, grades teachers, and all subject classes (German and French language, handwork, woodwork, games, movement). Ideally, you will have some teaching experience, preferably in a Waldorf classroom. Unless it is an emergency substitution situation, lesson plans will be prepared for you.
If you are interested in being considered for the list, please send a cover letter and resume to: [email protected] (link) with “Supply teacher” in the subject line.