One unique aspect of our education is the integration of arts and practical work into the daily schedule. We understand the developmental necessity of providing a rich and broad curriculum, so that the combined effect stimulates the natural creativity and curiosity of each student.

In A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future, entrepreneur and commentator on U.S. business, Daniel Pink, observes and projects that many more left-brain, intellectual, or routine functions will be automated in the future. Pink lists six virtues necessary for education in the 21st century: Empathy, Story, Play, Synthesis, Meaning & Design (meaning “integration”) to develop creativity, invention, and the ability to synthesize information from diverse disciplines—the very things that Public Waldorf education does!