Co-educational day school for Pre-School through Eighth Grade

Wyndcroft At-A-Glance

The Wyndcroft School offers far more than a rigorous academic curriculum and top-quality arts and athletics programs for children. We strive to be one of the best co-educational private schools in PA for children in early education through eighth grade. We’re not only recognized as an academic leader in Pottstown, but day schools for senior high education across Montgomery County and Berks County, Pennsylvania, have also acknowledged the distinct difference in confidence, skill-set and character-development from our Wyndcroft graduates. We are committed to the success of our students, and we aim to prepare them to live and thrive in a global community.

It can be difficult to find top-quality programs for early education in Pottstown and throughout the surrounding cities, but The Wyndcroft School makes it easy and comfortable for you to trust that our students are in the best possible care from as early as age three, all the up to eighth grade. When students graduate from our middle school, Pottstown and nearby cities like Reading, Phoenixville, and Norristown, offer a lot of great options for secondary education, and we feel confident our students will be prepared to succeed in any secondary or higher education institution they are enrolled in.

Mission Statement
The Wyndcroft School is a co-educational elementary day school for children in grades Early Education through Eight. The mission of the school is to offer a rigorous academic program enabling the child to establish a firm foundation for a happy and successful future with confidence to succeed in an ever-changing world. The curriculum is traditional and designed to develop the whole child. It emphasizes fundamental skill instruction, character development, and the pursuit of excellence in English, history, mathematics, science, foreign languages and the arts.In a small class setting, the school endeavors to provide a safe, nurturing environment fostering creativity, a love of learning, personal integrity, determination and respect for others.

School Profile
School founded in 1918
Coeducational, independent, elementary day school
Early Childhood (3 yrs. old) to Grade 8
Extended Day available for EC and PK
After School Care available for EC to 8th

What Is An Independent School?
A school is defined as independent if it is primarily supported by tuition, charitable contributions, and endowment income, not by tax or church funds, is independently governed by a board of trustees, practices nondiscriminatory policies, and is accredited by the regional association, in our case the Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools (PAIS Bylaws Article 3; Section 3.1).

Enrollment Statistics
240 students
Average class size: 12
Student-Teacher Ratio: 8:1
Student Body Racial Diversity: 29%

Diversity Statement
The Wyndcroft School recognizes the importance of preparing our students to live and thrive in a global community. We endeavor to create an environment where all people are valued and all beliefs are respected. The understanding of inclusiveness and appreciation of differences is embedded in our community and promoted through our daily activities.

Academic Curriculum
As stated in our Mission Statement, Wyndcroft offers a rigorous academic program including the following subjects which are taught at every grade level:

Mathematics
Language Arts (English)
Social Studies
Science
French
Physical Education/Health and Wellness
Library Skills
Vocal and Instrumental Music
Creative Movement and Drama
Art
Computer Science

Additional subjects and activities are added to the curriculum as students transition into the Upper School. These include: Latin, Chorus and the Spring Musical.

No matter their grade level, all Wyndcroft students live and learn the school’s motto: Non Sibi. Non Sibi translates as “not for one self” and is the core of the Community Service projects that occur throughout the school year. Through these Non-Sibi efforts, Wyndcroft students are taught the importance of giving back to their community and having respect for others.

Areas We Serve
Transportation is provided by the following school districts:

Boyertown
Daniel Boone

Wyndcroft also provides bussing from Reading and areas in Berks County, as well as Methacton and points in Chester and Montgomery Counties.

Financial Aid
Financial assistance awarded annually for eligible students in Kindergarten through Grade 8.

Secondary School Placement
Our graduates leave Wyndcroft prepared for their high school careers. Click here for specifics.

Accreditation and Memberships
Wyndcroft is accredited by the Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools (PAIS) and is a member of the following:

National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)
Association of Delaware Valley Independent Schools (ADVIS)
Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE)
Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools Business Officers Association (PAISBOA)
Secondary School Admission Test (SSAT)
Educational Records Bureau (ERB)

Anatomy of a
Wyndcroft Graduate

  • Loves learning
  • Sense of gratitude
  • Concern for others
  • Socially responsible
  • Respectful
  • Values education
  • Self-advocate
  • Disciplined
  • Well prepared
  • Strong character
  • Resilient
  • Engage, active, curious
  • Builds authentic relationships
  • Part of a true community
  • Verbal eloquence
  • Mastery in mathematics
  • Uses technology as a tool
  • Unparalleled work ethic
  • Self-sufficient
  • Commitment to hard work
  • Leadership skills
  • Self-confidence
  • Poised
  • Well mannered
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