The school, an integral part of the Krotona Institute, supports the work of The Theosophical Society and its three objects, which are concerned with: 1) The unity of all people; 2) The study of comparative religion, philosophy and science; and 3) The investigation of unexplained laws of nature and our latent powers. School programs reflect the peace and special presence that make Krotona the spiritual center it is.
Programs Fall 2014
Seekers in harmony with our aims are welcome. Write, phone, fax or email for information and reservations.
Director, Maria Parisen
Write, phone, fax or e-mail for reservations.
Scholarship assistance for accommodations, class tuition, and some travel is available for all programs to qualified members of the Theosophical Society. Contact the School Director for information and an application (email@example.com).
Tuition fees help us to provide quality programs. However, no serious student will be denied admission to any program due to inability to pay. For students who are able, donations above the suggested fees are greatly appreciated.
A limited number of comfortable apartments with kitchens are available for students. Most accomodations are shared. Krotona School provides accommodations at the lowest possible rates: $40 per person per night, and $230 per person per week. Priority is given to members of the Theosophical Society and to those registering for two or more weeks.
Students arriving by air may fly into LAX and rent a car or take a shuttle to Ventura, or fly into Burbank (Bob Hope Airport) and take a train or shuttle to Ventura. We can arrange for a driver to meet you in Ventura and bring you to Krotona.
Driving Directions to Krotona Institute
From Ventura: Ojai/Hwy 33 exit from 101. Drive 12 miles. After passing Villanova School, take the next left (Krotona Rd on the left, Hermosa Rd on the right). Two stone pillars mark the entrance.
From Ojai: Krotona is on Hwy 33/150 at Krotona and Hermosa Roads, .6 mile south of the "Y".
WE ARE GRATEFUL
Herbert A Kern, a theosophist and industrialist, generously supported the Krotona Institute of Theosophy from 1958 to 1962. Since 1966 the Kern Foundation, with Herbert's son, John, and grand-daughter, Louise, as advising trustees, has supported the School with generous grants, enabling it to operate at its present level, bringing faculty to Krotona and offering scholarships. We are grateful for Herbert Kern's vision and for John's and Louise's dedication to supporting the School over the years.
Emily B Sellon, who shared her vast knowledge of theosophy with her students, and John A Sellon, an investor, were visionaries who devoted their lives to theosophy. It was their wish to support the Krotona School of Theosophy. We are grateful to their sons, Peter, Michael, and Jeffrey, for their generosity and dedication to the support of the School in their parents' names.