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Saturday, March 14 - Discover the Kindergarten
Saturday, March 21 - Rosebud Garden Story Hour
Sunday, April 19 - All-School Open House

Click here to learn more about applying to Kimberton Waldorf School.

At Kimberton Waldorf School, we provide a rich academic curriculum taught through the prism of creative thinking. The reason is simple: Mathematics requires creative problem-solving skills. Physics requires creative problem-solving skills. And creating a sustainable future certainly requires creative problem-solving skills.

The key is inspiration. This isn’t a new idea. Nor is it alternative. This is the wisdom of a nearly century-old approach to education that has become the fastest growing education movement worldwide.

Inspired students are engaged learners. They are involved learners. They are interested learners. When they graduate from Kimberton to attend some of the nation’s leading universities, they do so as creative thinkers whose capacities for both analysis and imagination are not only treasured, but sought.

Kimberton Waldorf School has recently produced Fulbright, Rhodes, and Truman Scholars; a National Book Award Winner; and a U.S. State Department Consul General.

From early childhood to the grade school to the high school, Waldorf Education prepares our young people to meet the demands of the future by helping them develop the tools to be nimble thinkers, creators, and doers.

Now enrolling for the 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 school years.

Contact the Admissions Office today to learn more about our incredibly rich programs.

610.933.3635, ext. 108


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From Sweater to Pants - Warm Woolies for our Waldorf Children

This is a free 1-hour class in which you will learn how to make a pattern from your child’s pants and use this to make “upcycled” wooly pants for him/her. Bring: sewing machine, thread, scissors, pants, and a woolen sweater that can be cut up. Facilitated by: Eline Glas, grandmother of a…

High School Musical

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Many high school students are busily preparing for this year’s musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Coming to the Kimberton stage on March 5, 6, and 7, the biblical story of Joseph is told through a wide variety of musical styles. The story…

Coffee Cart

Stop by to enjoy a cup of coffee and conversation with other KWS parents!  Coffee Cart is held every Friday morning in the Parent Hub.


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