The Seattle Waldorf School will celebrate the opening of its new high-school campus in Magnuson Park on Thursday after four months of renovating one of the park’s historic buildings.
The school will be in the historic landmark Building 11, which crews have been transforming into science labs, art and dance studios and humanities classrooms since April. The 15,000 square foot building is located on the north side of Magnuson Park in Northeast Seattle.
The lease on the school’s Queen Anne building ended this year and the school had been looking for another building to accommodate enrollment growth.
At its new location, the school will be able to collaborate with other park members, officials said.
“We think the Seattle Waldorf School will be a great addition to the park,” Magnuson Park Manager Brian Judd said in a news release.
The grand opening celebration will take place Thursday from 5-8 p.m.