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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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Storytelling

The importance of storytelling, of the natural rhythms of daily life, of the evolutionary changes in the child, of art as the necessary underpinning of learning, and of the aesthetic environment as a whole – all basic to Waldorf education for the past 70 years – are being “discovered” and verified by researchers unconnected to the Waldorf movement.

Paul Bayers, Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University November 17, 2016