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Sol's Garden

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In-Home School for Gifted Children

At Sol’s Garden In Home School we believe in enriching our planet by raising and educating children with the knowledge and understanding that we are all connected. As humans, as elemental forces, and energetic beings. We see the world unfolding before us now, it is our purpose and mission to hold and expand a safe, nurturing, and loving space for any body that walks through our doors.


Our program is rooted in the Waldorf classroom model, the days of the week will follow a soothing rhythm. Guided by consistency and predictability, this rhythm allows children to feel safe and to carry an inner security as they venture into learning and understanding the world. Learning experiences are designed to unfold in a supportive environment that encourages children to grow their bodies through play, to be with and care for nature, and to create art that arises from what is already within them.

What Makes Us Different?!

We specialize in GUT health!

Nourishing food is of high priority to us. We ensure that the snacks and lunches we provide are of best quality. Our menu is organic, using whole foods, and local high quality ingredients. The children participate in the preparation of meals/snacks. Meals and snacks are served daily and included in your tuition. They are arranged in a weekly rhythm. We eat an abundance of bone broth, legumes, fruits and vegetables, herbs, teas, nuts, seeds, and nourishing animal products. Please let us know if your child has any special dietary restrictions.

About the Owner & Teacher


Miss Timber is a mother of 3 young children. Her experiences through the pregnancy and birth of her first child prompted her to pursue education to become a teacher. Her own healing path has led her to the awareness that childhood is sacred, and she believes that our highest responsibility to our children is to guard their nature and their innate sense of knowing. She now offers intuitive healing practices to the local community to bridge the gap between the body and spirit.

After earning her bachelor's degree in Education at the University of Oregon, Timber went on to complete the Waldorf teacher training at the Eugene Waldorf School. After specializing in early childhood education, she opened an in-home school so that she can teach and be with her own young children. She welcomes local families who are seeking a nurturing school in which their children will thrive.    

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