Amidst a green suburb of Buenos Aires
The Waldorf School San Miguel Arcangel was founded in 1968 in San Isidro, a suburb of the Argentinean capital Buenos Aires. San Isdro is named after the local saint of Madrid - Saint Isidore. The school grounds are located some 25 kilometres away from the city centre in the so-called Zona Norte with its marvellous green parks. Initially a group of 15 parents with a strong desire for Waldorf education for their children decided to establish their own school. Today, about 500 children attend the kindergarten and the school and benefit from a high quality Waldorf curriculum.
Escuela San Miguel Arcángel José Maria Moreno 1221 AR B1607 Villa Adelina Buenos Aires Argentina