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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.


A Human Becoming

When people ask me what I am, I usually answer in the expected way that I am a veterinarian. But, that is such a small part of the whole. The truth is that I am a human becoming. I went to a large public school in Massachusetts until middle school when I transferred to a Waldorf school. That move changed everything about the human I was becoming. I have gone through many different schools, universities, courses and seminars. Most of them ask me for my support and money each year. They all want me to remember them. I do, but not like I remember my high school. All of those schools and seminars taught me only knowledge. [Waldorf] taught me living.


Rachel Blackmer, Veterinarian, Cape Wildlife Center Director Waldorf Graduate November 17, 2016

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