Cedarwood Waldorf School covers a full spectrum of traditional academic subjects and integrates artistic activities into the academic work. This allows students to engage in learning at the emotional level. Painting, music, and story are integral parts of academic lessons so that art becomes a conduit of knowledge, not an optional add-on. Kinesthetic learning is also interwoven through movement and crafts. Cedarwood cultivates a love of, and respect for, nature and the rhythms of the seasons through seasonal celebrations and daily time outdoors.
Cedarwood Waldorf School is a Candidate School member of the Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS) and the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA).