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What People are Saying About MBCS

MBCS is proof that a solid institution transcends its mere structures; despite a somewhat nomadic existence as far as physical locations over the years, the community's coherence and dedication shine through with great consistency.

— MBCS Parent

Entering a classroom at this school can be a transformational event in changing your expectations about what school can be about.

— MBCS Parent

The school has a strong sense of community. Teachers treat the students with respect offering them to grow as indiviuals with its unique curriculum.

— MBCS Parent

Parents will find nothing quite like this school anywhere in the area. Beyond the Waldorf-inspired curriculum, with its emphasis on the love of learning and the potential of every child across multiple intelligences, the community has been inspirational.

— MBCS Parent

By the time students reach us, they are grounded broadly and deeply and have a remarkable enthusiasm for learning. They possess the eye of discoverer and the compassionate heart of the reformer, which when joined to a task, can change the planet.

— Arthur Zajonc Ph.D.,Professor of Physics Amherst College

Waldorf education addresses the child as no other education does. Learning, whether in chemistry, mathematics, history or geography, is imbued with life and so with joy, which is the only true basis for later study.

— Arthur Zajonc, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics, Amherst College

If I had a child of school age, I would send him to one of the Waldorf Schools.

— Saul Bellow, Nobel Laureate

By tapping into the experiential and expressive aspects of music, teachers can add a distinctive dimension to instruction in other subjects.

— From Growing Up Complete: The Imperative for Music Education, The Report of the National Commission on Music Education, March 1

Waldorf methods education nurtures the intellectual, psychological and spiritual unfolding of the child.The concerned parent and teacher will find a multitude of problems clearly addressed in this practical, artistic approach.

— Joseph Chilton Pearce, Author, Magical Child

Waldorf methods provide a program that not only fosters conventional forms of academic achievement, but also puts a premium on the development of imagination and the refinement of the sensibilities.

— Elliot Eisner, Ph.D., Professor of Education and Art, Stanford University