We strive to create wholeness for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities so they can meaningfully participate in life.
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Champion of our community
Bernie Wolf was nominated for Phoenixville Community Health Foundation’s Champions of the Community Awards Program, which recognizes those that serve others in a way that contributes to the overall health of our community. The Phoenixville Community Health Foundation honors the hard work, special achievements, and good deeds of these Phoenixville area “unsung heroes.” The Foundation […]
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The Common Good Report is a comprehensive documentation of how well a company lives up to the values described in the 17 indicators of the Common Good Matrix. Camphill Special School was the first organization in the U.S. to receive a certified Common Good Balance Sheet.Economy for the Common Good Report
Camphill Special School made the Master's in Special Education list of Best Private Special Needs Schools in the United States.Read More
The Transition Program incorporates education, therapies, and vocational experiences for eighteen- to twenty-one-year-old students in Camphill’s life sharing model.Read More
Where Special Means Extraordinary
We're the only Waldorf school in North America that exclusively serves children with special needs.
Our adapted Waldorf curriculum presents traditional scholastic subjects, both academically and experientially, stimulating young minds and nurturing healthy emotional development.
The Everlasting Impact of a Year of Service
Long-term volunteers and interns are vital to fulfilling our mission.
We call them our "coworkers" and they are intelligent, compassionate, and enthusiastic — bringing a wide variety of gifts and skills to our community and the young people and children they work with.Live-In Coworkers
A World of Difference
More than one hundred Camphill communities in over twenty countries.
Every Camphill community is dedicated to social renewal through community building — with children, youth, and adults with disabilities.The Camphill Movement