Waldorf Academy wanted Toronto to know about their 30 years of service. Their events and my publicity help achieved fantastic media and public response.


 Toronto, Ont. (August 1, 2017)   Students are putting finishing touches on an original song while faculty prepares to host acclaimed documentarian Kim Hunter as Toronto’s Waldorf Academy unveils two weeks of events marking the independent school’s 30th anniversary.

Since opening in a rented house in 1987, Waldorf has blossomed into a Toronto fixture, developing young minds creatively and compassionately from a beautiful two-story school house near midtown’s Casa Loma.

“Just like our students, Waldorf grew to become an optimistic, caring part of our community through perseverance, compassion, and a commitment to learning,” said Managing Facilitator Dean Husseini. “We are very grateful to the community and very proud of our young people.”

The thriving school with the “whole child” philosophy is planning a public open house, an alumni panel, a bike a-thon and other events put on with help from the 150 area families and 46 full-time staff at Waldorf Academy.

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