Experience the NAWCC’s Mission in School of Horology Classes
The NAWCC is committed to being the world leader, educator, and advocate for horology and for everyone interested in timepieces and the art and science of timekeeping.
The NAWCC School of Horology is located in Columbia, PA, and its educational programs serve to stimulate interest in and preserve knowledge of horological crafts. We look forward to welcoming you to future classes.
A Message from the Education Director, Ken De Lucca
As we renew and revitalize the School of Horology, our focus is on the four basics that should exist in any such school:
- Clock Education
- Watch Education
- Machining Technology for Horology
- Decorative Techniques such as Stenciling and Under-glass Painting
At the School of Horology, we are indeed fortunate. We have the square footage and the equipment and supplies to provide top-notch educational opportunities. Expert instructors will be engaged in their area of specialty to offer learning experiences for students of horology.
School of Horology Instructors
Ken De Lucca
Ken is a graduate of the School of Horology (NAWCC) Clock Repair Program. He also has a graduate diploma in the Conservation of Clocks from West Dean College of Arts and Conservation (UK).
He has worked in two local clock repair centers for more than 10 years in a part-time position: one an antique shop, the other a jewelry store. Along with a Certificate of Museum Studies from the University of Delaware, his exposure to clockmaking has been wide and far. A member of the NAWCC for more than 20 years, he recently retired from teaching a technical subject (electronics and related courses) after more than 36 years.
Will We See You in an Upcoming Class?
Timepieces and the art and science of timekeeping are at the center of the School of Horology, but there’s more. We are lucky enough to be able to connect with time enthusiasts for the purposes of education, advocacy, and comradery.
Join us, won’t you? Simply click below to see upcoming classes.