NEW LOCATION - 2021/2022! We are excited to announce we have found our home for the coming school year. Further details below.
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DATES AND TIMES COMING SOON
We are accepting applications for enrollment in our 2021-2022 classes. At this time, we have spaces available in our mixed age kindergarten (ages 3 1/2-6 yrs), first and second grade classes.
The Unity School is a Waldorf-inspired school, and aspires to bring Waldorf education to Wake County by becoming the county's first AWSNA recognized Waldorf School. Contact us to find out more about our program and plan for our future!
We are excited to announce The Unity School has found it's home for the 2021-2022 school year. Starting in the Fall, 2021, The Unity School will be located at 1725 N New Hope Rd. in Raleigh, on the beautiful campus of St. Mark's Episcopal Church . The campus offers classroom space for our growing school as we prepare to add two new classes in the coming year, lovely outdoor play space for our students, and a location convenient to both I- 540 and I-440.
The Unity School's staff, administration, students and families have loved every moment of our outdoor school journey over the 2020-2021 year. We have found a resilience in ourselves and our students which has fostered growth, confidence, and which will serve us all well as we move forward toward the next phase of our school and personal development. While, in many ways, we would love to remain in our current outdoor setting indefinitely, practicality dictates the ability to move indoors as weather demands, and as we move towards a safer public and community environment.
Our new campus beginning in the 2021-22 school year is an ideal space as The Unity School and community continue to grow. In the coming year, we will have 4 , dedicated Waldorf-styled classrooms, a kitchen for class snack preparation, a movement room, outdoor learning space, gardening space, and green space to run and explore.
As we prepare our new space to welcome students and families, we will open opportunities for campus tours and an open house. Please stay tuned for more information and event dates to come!
The Unity School does have continued aspirations of locating our school on a large, wooded piece of land, and will continue in our search and fundraising efforts towards this end. Please visit our donations page for more information or to donate today!.
note: The Unity School remains and always will remain a nonsectarian school, open to and celebrating all world religions and cultures.
To raise a community of children to become determined in their lifelong quest for knowledge, confident in the face of uncertainty, kind in the face of unkindness, creative in their explorations for truth, open to the truth of others, and able to find strength and peace within in the midst of chaos and discord.
Our vision is to educate the child in mind, body and spirit so that they may contribute their unique gifts to humanity with conviction and clarity of their life’s purpose, and to create a supportive and nourishing learning community that cherishes each individual. Each year the school will seek to employ teachers with Waldorf teache
Our vision is to educate the child in mind, body and spirit so that they may contribute their unique gifts to humanity with conviction and clarity of their life’s purpose, and to create a supportive and nourishing learning community that cherishes each individual. Each year the school will seek to employ teachers with Waldorf teacher training certificates or those who are engaged in Waldorf teacher training and are being mentored/supervised in the Waldorf pedagogy. We plan to add one grade each year and to continue to expand our Early Childhood program. In the 2021-2022 school year we will have first and second grade classes and 2 Early Childhood classes.
The Unity School does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or national origin in its employment policies, educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.