The Uhlandshöhe Waldorf School is the world’s first Waldorf School
It was founded in September 1919 by Emil Molt, the owner of the Waldorf-Astoria Cigarette Factory. The education is based on the ideas of Rudolf Steiner. Close to one thousand students attend the double-stream school.
The reception desk at the school is occupied
Mondays to Fridays
07h30 – 12h00, and 12h30 – 14h00.
To get to the Uhlandshöhe Waldorf School use the following public transport:
Bus 42 (Bus-stops Heidehofstraße or Urachplatz);
Tram U15 (Stations Heidehofstraße or Eugensplatz)
The Waldorf School is open to all children and adolescents. About ninety teachers and over forty co-workers are active in the state-recognised, independently-governed school.
Application for entrance
Applications for future classes are accepted at any time. For this a letter with details of the address and the child’s date of birth are to be provided. If the child is of school-going age in the up-coming school year, then the application must be submitted by 10th December at the latest.
Centennial Celebration of the
Waldorf School Uhlandshöhe
on September 7, 2019
We are currently making great strides towards the 100th birthday celebration of the Waldorf School Uhlandshöhe. The ceremony will take place in Stuttgart on September 7, 2019, at the Liederhalle culture and congress centre and outside on Berlin Square (Berliner Platz). It will include music and speeches in the morning as well as a wide range of other performances and presentations spread over the whole day. In the evening, we are looking forward to our pupils giving a major Eurythmy performance in the Beethoven concert hall (Beethovensaal).
Starting the next day, on Sunday, and lasting until Tuesday, there will be a congress for teachers, which will close on the Tuesday evening with a public concert performed by the Waldorf Philharmonic Youth Orchestra.
Today, we would like to keep you up-to-date with our current plans.
We are already very much looking forward to sharing these special days with you.
Invitation and programme (PDF)