Glenn Kimber is an American author and educator. He founded Kimber Academy, a network of private schools, and is a prominent figure among U.S. homeschooling families.
Kimber is past president of the National Center for Constitutional Studies (NCCS), a conservative constitutionalist institution. He earned a B.S. in Accounting from Brigham Young University in 1971.
Coral Ridge Baptist University awarded him an honorary Doctorate of Humanities in 1988. Kimber consulted on the initial curriculum design of George Wythe College, which awarded him a Ph.D. in Education in 1994, two years after it opened. As a result of these degrees, he uses the designation of "Dr." in his curricula vitae.
Kimber joined William H. Doughty in building the Institute for Constitutional Education after it broke from the NCCS in 1986. He was also a board member at Doughty's Meadeau View Institute in the early 1990s.
He married a daughter of W. Cleon Skousen in 1965. Kimber and his wife have authored at least 28 textbooks. George Wythe College awarded her a B.S. in Biblical Studies in 1993, and under Skousen's mentorship, Coral Ridge Baptist University awarded her a masters in Religious Education the next year.
Kimber and Donald N. Sills (founder of George Wythe College) partnered to found a for-profit university called American Founders University.