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, the school serves approximately 330 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 Schools Association of Colleges and Schools . With nearly 800 Waldorf schools worldwide and more than 170 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.