Cedarwood is honored to be a dually accredited K-8 Waldorf School.
Since January 2016, Cedarwood Waldorf School has had the honor and distinction of being the first and only dually accredited K-8 Waldorf school on the West Coast.
Cedarwood is now an accredited full member of the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA), an association that strengthens and supports Waldorf schools and informs the public of the benefits of Waldorf education.
Cedarwood is also an accredited member of the Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS), a voluntary association of more than 114 independent schools in the Pacific Northwest. All the schools are nonprofit institutions chartered by the board of regents, individually governed by elected boards of trustees, and privately financed by tuition, fees and contributions.
Cedarwood's early childhood program is accredited by Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America (WECAN) and has hosted the national WECAN conference for the past two years.