Welcome back, Alumni!

As members of our community, you are vital to the legacy and life of our school and we look forward to keeping you connected to CWS. Please send updates and contact information to or visit our Chicago Waldorf School Alumni Facebook page to stay in touch. Take a look at all of our events on the CWS Calendar and come back and visit us for the Holiday Fair, the May Fair or an Alumni Reunion. You can also join other alums as a volunteer at the school! We can always use extra hands for Fairs and Festivals or ongoing service projects.


Whether it's been 5 years or 25 years, Chicago Waldorf School alumni love reconnecting with former classmates, and reunions are the perfect opportunity to do so. Please contact Becky Moskowitz if you are interested.

Looking to support your alma mater?

Your gift can have an immediate impact on the current generation of Waldorf students! A gift to the Annual Fund will help offset the school’s budget, which means more money for teacher’s salaries, tuition assistance, and student services/activities. Click here to learn more about the importance of the Annual Fund and to make a gift, today.”

Alumni Events

While we encourage our alumni and their families to come back and visit us at any time, please check this page for events specific to the Chicago Waldorf Alumni Community!

Let's Taco-bout Chicago Waldorf!

Saturday, July 13, 2019 | 3:00-5:00pm
Chicago Waldorf School | 5200 N. Ashland Ave
Ages 21+

Calling all CWS alumni! We want to welcome you back for an afternoon of delicious food from Three Legged Tacos, beer, and networking! Enjoy a tour of the new Andersonville campus and a discussion about the future of CWS. Reconnect with old friends and make some new memories. We hope to see you there!

Ask an Alumnus

Click below to read Alumni Profiles from different graduating classes.

According to a national study of Waldorf graduates, 89% are “highly satisfied” in their choice of occupation.* Those are impressive numbers, and CWS alumni are no exception. Waldorf students are highly sought after by institutions of higher learning. Arthur Zajonc, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Physics at Amherst College loves having Waldorf students in his classroom: "By the time they reach us at the college and university level, these students are grounded broadly and deeply and have a remarkable enthusiasm for learning. Such students possess the eye of the discoverer, and the compassionate heart of the reformer which, when joined to a task, can change the planet.

"If you've had the experience of binding a book, knitting a sock, playing a recorder, then you feel that you can build a rocket ship—or learn a software program you've never touched. It's not bravado, just a quiet confidence. There is nothing you can't do. Why couldn't you? Why couldn't anybody?"— Peter Nitze, Waldorf and Harvard graduate and Director of an aerospace company