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There is nothing like your first glimpse into a Waldorf early childhood classroom. You might first notice the soft pastel colors that surround you. Perhaps you’ll be intrigued by the natural wooden toys. Maybe you’ll be amazed at how busy the children are – so much so that it is likely they won’t even notice you! Some children might be grinding wheat to make their own loaves of bread or they might be stacking wooden crates and pretending they are animals in the zoo. You immediately get swept away and feel nurtured, interested and alive. Imagine how the students feel each day!
Throughout the Lower School and High School, the joy and enthusiasm for learning is palpable. Our students are engaged and looking forward to each new day to discover what will unfold. You can see and feel the difference.
To fully appreciate all that we have to offer to our students, plan to visit our breathtaking 425-acre campus with rolling hills, farm, bubbling creek, forest, and buildings. We are nestled in farm country, yet we’re only 40 minutes from Philadelphia. Our school offers a full array of admissions events and we invite you and your family to attend as many of these as you would like during your admissions journey. Attend a class play, a festival, the high school musical, or one of the adult education workshops we offer year-round. Let us invite you into our community where everyone is welcome to participate and grow. Our goal is to let you discover all that we have to offer while gaining an understanding of who your child is and what you desire for his or her education and life.
We hope you say, as so many of our visitors do, “I wish that I had this education when I was growing up!”
Don’t just take our word for it. Call---schedule your visit. Experience how exciting Waldorf education can be.
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We look forward to meeting you!
The Admissions Team, Faculty, Staff, Parents, and Students at Kimberton Waldorf School