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 to nurturing the capacities of a developing mind 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 children and young men and women 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.
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.
We invite you to see for yourself. Come, visit us and explore all that Kimberton Waldorf School has to offer.
Kimberton Waldorf School is a founding member of the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA) and is accredited by the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of American (WECAN) and the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.