A Waldorf-Inspired Curriculum
Kindergarten to Eighth Grade
Monterey Bay Charter School uses an educational method that nurtures and inspires creativity, critical thinking, and motivated learning. Committed to educating the whole child, the school endeavors to foster the unfolding of each child’s full potential.
Using Waldorf-inspired methods integrated with State standards, equal emphasis is placed on a solid academic foundation, artistic expression, and social/emotional development.
An integrated, hands-on approach to learning emphasizes the child’s relationship to the natural world thereby promoting respect for the environment and humankind. The goal is to nurture the whole child with the objective of enabling students to become self-motivated, competent life-long learners.
Tuition-free, public education serving Monterey County since 1998.
MBCS is a member of the Alliance for Public Waldorf Education. There are currently over 60 public Waldorf schools in the United States and a growing number of charters are approved and written every day. MBCS also belongs to the California Charter School Association and the Charter Schools Development Center and is one of over 1,000 public charter schools in California.
Photo credit throughout this web site: Phoenix Redstone Photography and Dani Roth Photography