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

From early childhood education through the grade school and high school, Kimberton prepares children and young adults to meet the demands of the future by developing within them 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 for early childhood through grade 12.

610.933.3635, ext. 108

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Upcoming events...

Diwali Celebration

Diwali:  The festival of Diwali, perhaps the most well-known of the Indian festivals, is celebrated throughout India as well as in Indian communities throughout the world. The "festival of lights" is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated in autumn every year. The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness,…

Gnome Village Craft Circle

All Early Childhood parents are invited to bring along their crafting supplies and work on their simple crafts for this year's Gnome Village.  Come and enjoy a cup of tea and warm conversation as you work on your crafts. Craft Circle is being held in the Garden Building.

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