Alabama Waldorf School

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The Alabama Waldorf School (formerly the Redmont School in the Waldorf Tradition) is a private school for pre-school through 8th grade which is affiliated with the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America. It is located at 5901 Crestwood Boulevard in Birmingham's Crestwood South neighborhood.

The Redmont School was founded as a preschool in 1987 by Sheila Rubin.

In 2007 the school had an enrollment of 130 students in pre-kindergarten through 8th grade. It employed a faculty of 14 teachers. At that time, the school was located in the former Comer Elementary School at 1220 50th Street South in Crestwood.

In 2007 the school developed plans to relocate to a 6-acre site in the former South Roebuck Park, including the adaptive re-use of the former park's sports complex. Those plans fell through. In 2016 the school relocated to the 4-acre campus of the former Crestwood Christian Church.

Administrators

References

  • Singleton, William C. (October 29, 2007) "Redmont School relocation plans under way." The Birmingham News
  • Chambers, Jesse (October 27, 2016) "Alabama Waldorf School finds new home at old site." Iron City Ink

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