Sorry to diverge a little on your question. What's your feeling about Waldorf versus other types of schooling?
I often get asked about Waldorf since I am thought of as the person you know who does alternative education. (They tend to lump us all together).
I am not making judgements when I say this, but the basic thing to keep in mind with Waldorf, Montessori, Reggio, or even a traditional education is how much you agree with the philosophy.
I love Waldorf and am impressed with it, but it wouldn't be right for me if I had a child. (Again, not saying it offensively). I think children are naturally inquisitive and want to learn and work, so the whole "putting off" learning until later strikes me the wrong way if I had to make the choice. There are other people that disagree with me on that point.
Still, it is great to hear there are options that look authentic here for Waldorf. Anyone want to fund an authentic Montessori school in my neck of the woods? :-)