Welcome to Claymont Society

The Claymont Society for Continuous Education is both a non-profit educational organization and a community. Our mission is to provide education and a place of learning for ourselves and others, with the aim of raising our own level of consciousness and contributing to the evolution of consciousness on the planet. To promote a way of life that is balanced, harmonious, and responsible toward nature.

Continuous education implies that by increasing the depth of our awareness and understanding we can be more fully connected to our environment, each other, and our own deeper nature, as well as living fully satisfying and meaningful lives. There are skills, concepts, and values that must be learned before we can shift from a self-centered existence to one that takes into consideration nature and our fellow humans.

To find out more about the Claymont Society, visit the society website.

Educational Opportunities

The Claymont Society offers a variety of educational opportunites that enable this shift. We have classes and projects that demonstrate the skills required for sustainable living. We have on-going study groups and programs that aim to increase our capacity for attention, patience, consciousness, and love. All of which leads to increased being and a true sense of community. We strive to have all programs have an educational component. For example the agriculture program is an opportunity to give interns a chance to learn organic gardening skills.

Seminars, Retreats, and Conferences

The seminars, retreats, conferences, organic garden, and various other programs promote the goals of sustainability and continuous education. Those who work on and support these projects form the Claymont Community. Claymont uses the synergy of a diverse group of people engaged in a diverse set of projects to cooperate to form one well functioning organism. The Claymont Society hosts like-minded groups who use our facilities for seminars and retreats that promote their own approaches to sustainable living and inner development. All of these programs have education as their common thread and are inter-dependent.