1. The school bases its activities on the principles of Waldorf pedagogy.
  2. Pupils are admitted to the school at their free will and their parents (guardians) decision.
  3. Children are admitted to the school from all social and religious backgrounds. 
  4. In order to get acquainted with the activities and pedagogy of the school, lectures are organized for the parents of future students. Lectures are compulsory for parents of future first-graders.
  5. Priority for admission has:
    • siblings of students that are already learning at the school;
    • children that have attended the school's kindergarten and preschool groups;
    • children of school staff;
    • children from other Waldorf pedagogical institutions.


  1. Students who are 7 years old in that calendar year are admitted to the first grade. At the request of the parents and with the approval of the teachers' board, other cases are possible.
  2. The decision to admit students to the first grade is made by the teachers' board.
  3. When admitting students to the first grade, several meetings are organized - lessons with the future class teacher. During the meetings, the children draw, tell, play, listen to the teacher's stories, get acquainted with the school environment and the current order. Attendance of the lessons is mandatory. Children who did not participate in the lessons are admitted to the school in accordance with the procedure provided in point 8.
  4. Admissions for students wishing to come outside the first grade at the beginning of the school year and for students wishing to come to school during the school year are considered and decided by a admissions team consisting of the class of the student, the teacher board, the school administration representatives and the school social pedagogue (if needed). Before making a decision, the group invites the student's parents with the student to a general interview to discuss the reasons that led the parents to come to the new school, the student's inclinations, learning, behavior, non-traditional pedagogy, school culture, educational organization, and more.
  5. Individuals that are wishing to study at the school submit an application to the administrator (head of the school). An application for a child under 14 years of age is submitted by one of the parents (guardians), and a child from 14 to 18 years of age must have the written consent of one of the parents (guardians, caregivers).
  6. Parents wishing to take their child to first grade must apply in advance for admission to the school.
  7. Following the decision of the teachers board to admit a child to the first grade, parents submit the following documents:
    • a copy of the personal document containing the child's personal identification code;
    • a valid child health certificate, form no. 027-1 / a;
    • 2 photos.
  8. Individuals wishing to come to other grades must submit the following documents:
    • application for admission to school;
    • an education certificate or a certificate of learning achievements in the previous school;
    • a copy of the personal document containing the child's personal identification code;
    • a valid child health certificate, form no. 027-1 / a and the history of health development;
    • a certified copy of the student's personal file;
    • 2 photos.
  9. At the school, the parents of the students fill in the contact information sheet, the consent for the organization of the educational process.
  10. The student admission group can ask the student's parents (guardians) to fill in the prescribed form about the family, to present the child's characteristics from the previous educational institution, other documents related to the child's development.
  11. A person who has come to study from abroad is admitted to study in a general manner.
  12. Pupils who have completed a primary or basic education program and wish to continue their studies at a higher level in the same school only submit an application to the head of the school (for a child under 14 years of age is provided by one of the parents (guardians), a child from 14 to 18 years - with the written consent of one of the parents (guardians, caregivers).


  1. Admission of a student to study at the school is formalized by a learning contract.
  2. The contract deals with the mutual obligations of the parties.
  3. In the contract, parents confirm that they are acquainted with the basic principles of school education, school curriculum, features of the organization of education, school rules.
  4. Both copies of the contract are signed by the head of the school and the applicant. A contract for a child under 14 is signed by one of the parents (guardians). One copy of the agreement is served on the applicant, the other is kept in the student's personal file.
  5. The learning contract is registered in the Learning Contract Registration Book.
  6. After concluding the learning contract, the person is entered in the school student register, a student file is formed.


  1. At their will and / or parents (guardians) decision, the student can choose another school at any time.
  2. In the event that the school is unable to provide the pupil with psychological, special pedagogical or social pedagogical assistance in agreement with the pupil's parents (guardians), the teachers board may offer them a choice of another school.
  3. Parents (guardians) of students who decide to leave apply to the school to terminate the learning contract.
  4. Before leaving the school, the student returns to the student ID card, books borrowed from the school library, textbooks and work tools issued by the school the class teacher.
  5. Upon receipt of a request from the school where the student continues their studies, copies of the requested documents are sent to the school. When a student leaves school, their personal file remains at the school.


  1. Due to disrespectful and repeated violations of school rules, the school may terminate the learning contract with the student. Termination of the learning contract is initiated by the teachers board, the decision is made by the school head.
  2. The learning contract may be terminated due to non-fulfillment of the obligations provided in the learning contract. The decision to terminate the contract is made by the head of school.

For student admissions, please contact Eglė

 8 613 22011, [email protected]