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An Unparalleled Environment for Learning

Kent School serves children from Preschool through Grade 8. Our unrivaled setting along the bank of the Chester River allows us to educate children in a safe, nurturing environment where childhood is preserved and students are prepared for success in secondary schools and beyond.

Student Spotlight

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  • Fourth Grade Student Competes in Scripps National Spelling Bee

    Miles Hubbert, a Fourth Grade student at Kent School in Chestertown will be competing in the National Scripps Spelling Bee. Preliminary rounds begin Tuesday, May 31 at 9:00 a.m. Nancy Mugele, Head of Kent School said, “The entire Kent School community will be rooting for Speller #37, Miles, through each stage of the competition. We might even spend part of our academic morning streaming the competition here at school!”
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Recent News

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  • Meghan Ferster Joins Kent School

    Meghan Ferster will be joining the Kent School employee group as a full time teacher in Lower School. Meghan will be teaching Science as well as Spanish in Kindergarten through Grade Four. Meghan comes to Kent School uniquely qualified for both roles through her previous experiences as a student in Nicaragua and Ecuador where she fell in love with the language after years of studying Spanish in her educational career. Coupled with her love of and expertise in Spanish, Meghan is passionate about environmental science and has extensive experience teaching environmental science at Echo Hill School.
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Student Spotlight

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  • Recent Academic Achievements

    Several Kent School students have recently earned awards in academic areas. First, on Saturday, March 26, Fourth Grade student Miles Hubbert won the Maryland Sports Spelling Bee. Eighth Grade student Harrison Lavery was the runner up. Miles and Harrison were two of six students who qualified for the state level bee.
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