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Our community includes students, parents, alumni, staff, and friends. Our vision of community is to meet each other in such a way that the uniqueness of each one is honored, that each may find his or her way to contribute to the community as a whole. In this way, we, as a community, may be a positive influence on the larger culture.

The community of Kimberton Waldorf School practices the building of supportive and renewing relationships by:

  • Initiating an openness in governance processes.
  • Creating a school community that is racially, economically, ethnically, and socially diverse.
  • Fostering mutually enriching relationships with alumni.
  • Developing relationships among anthroposophical initiatives.
  • Initiating outreach activities that demonstrate the unique aspects of Waldorf education to the wider community.

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The Capacity to Learn

In the Waldorf school, we were not supplied with facts, but were given the capacity to learn. My imagination and my curiosity were not killed with facts but were fostered with stories, art, music and the natural phenomena of the world. My Waldorf Education gave me a sense of history and of our current place in history. It gave me the sense that there is in fact meaning in the world. I believe I was given a great gift. My imagination and curiosity were not killed with facts but were fostered with stories, art, music and the natural phenomena of the world.”

Michael Wilson, Michael Wilson Waldorf Graduate

410 West Seven Stars Road
Phoenixville, PA 19460

Mailing Address:
PO Box 360
Kimberton, PA 19442
admissions@kimberton.org