Kimberton Waldorf School is located near the village of Kimberton, three miles southwest of Phoenixville borough, in Chester County.
Street Address: 410 West Seven Stars Road, Phoenixville, PA 19460
From Philadelphia: Take the Schuylkill Expressway (Rt. 76) west toward Valley Forge; take exit 327 Mall Boulevard in King of Prussia, bearing right onto Mall Blvd; turn right onto North Gulph Road and continue past the Valley Forge Convention Center; then continue on Rt. 23 west through Valley Forge National Park and into Phoenixville. Continue through Phoenixville until reaching the intersection with Rt. 113; this is at a traffic light, and a McDonald's restaurant will be on your right. Turn left onto 113 south; count five traffic lights while continuing for about 1.5 miles and then turn to the right at the fifth light onto Kimberton Road. (Woodbridge Manor will be on the right of 113 at this point). Turn right at the second road onto West Seven Stars Road, go one mile until you cross French Creek on a covered bridge. The school will then be on your right. For Admissions, turn right immediately after the bridge entering the first driveway on the right. For the High School continue up the hill to the third drive on the right.
From the East via Pennsylvania Turnpike: Exit the PA Turnpike at Valley Forge, take the first ramp to the right after the toll booths into Valley Forge National Park. The road becomes Rt. 23 in the Park. Stay on Rt. 23 through the Park and into Phoenixville. (See directions above.)
From the West: Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike to the Downingtown exit (23). Go south on Rt. 100 and turn left onto Rt. 113. Continue approximately 7 miles; after passing through Chester Springs, watch for Yeager's Tree Farm on your right. After the road bends to the right, turn left onto Hares Hill Road. Continue through Kimberton Village to the crest of a hill, where Seven Stars Road crosses. Turn left onto Seven Stars Road and continue across the covered bridge. The school will then be on your right. For Admissions, turn right immediately after the bridge entering the first driveway on the right. For the High School continue up the hill to the third drive on the right.
Kimberton Waldorf School, founded in 1941 by Alarik and Mabel Pew Myrin, is the second-oldest Waldorf School in North America. Located in semi-rural Chester County, Pennsylvania, on a 432-acre biodynamic farm, the school serves approximately 300 students from early childhood through grade twelve. Kimberton is a founding member of the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America and is accredited by the Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges. With nearly 1000 Waldorf schools worldwide and more than 250 in the United States alone, Kimberton Waldorf School is part of one of the largest and fastest-growing independent school movements in the world. Kimberton welcomes children of all cultural, racial, and religious backgrounds.