WordPress Themes for Educational, Governmental and NGO Websites

We create easy to use WordPress for schools, kindergartens, universities, colleges, churches, nonprofit organizations, city halls, local governments, etc. WCAG 2.0 - ISO/IEC 40500 compliant, easy to use on mobile (responsive) and easy to customize.

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Our Most Popular WordPress Themes

Some of our most popular and flexible WordPress themes for the education sector.

Museo is a responsive WordPress theme that is great for websites of Museums, churches, city halls, schools, kindergartens and other educational institutions, charities, governmental and nongovernmental organizations. The theme lets you choose the number of sidebars: on the left and right, only on the left, only on the right or no sidebars at all (full width).

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Fleming WordPress theme was developed to be used on school websites, kindergarten websites, church websites, city hall websites and other types of education, governmental and nongovernmental websites.

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The charm of Bradbury WordPress Theme is in its versatility - easy to use, intuitive layouts, fast loading times and easy to customize. This education WordPress theme is easy to use on a mobile device and is WCAG 2.0 Compliant (Triple-A Level).

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Branding, Colors, Fonts

Upload your logo, change colors and fonts from the backend to make the theme match your brand, without touching a single line of code.

  • Upload custom logo

    Upload your logo

    You can upload your own logo directly from the back-end.

  • Change colors

    Change Colors

    Make the theme fit your brand by changing many colors directly from the back-end.

  • Change fonts

    Change Fonts

    Easily use any of the 800+ custom Google Fonts that are integrated into the theme.

Badge for compliance with WCAG 2.0 Triple-A guidelines.

WCAG 2.0 Compliant (Level Triple-A)

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 covers a wide range of recommendations for making Web content more accessible.

Following these guidelines makes content accessible to a wider range of people with disabilities, including blindness and low vision, deafness and hearing loss, learning disabilities, cognitive limitations, limited movement, speech disabilities, photosensitivity and combinations of these.

Some governments have laws that specifically require that certain types of websites are accessible. For example, some organizations that receive government funding are required to comply with government policies on accessibility.

Other governments might not directly specify Web accessibility, yet the web is indirectly covered under broader anti-discrimination legislation, information and communications technology (ICT) policy, or other laws or policies.