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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.

Recent News

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  • STARFEST: Research, Learn, Create, Stargaze

    There are so many reasons to love our rural, riverside campus and recently we added another one to the list. On a cool evening in February, the new moon and resulting dark night sky provided the perfect backdrop for our inaugural STARFEST. STARFEST was born from the discovery that our First Grade students, led by Lower School Science Teacher Meghan Ferster and our Eighth Grade students, led by Middle School Science Teacher Heidi Usilton were both studying space and the solar system.
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Upcoming Events

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  • Kent School Welcomes Author Phyllis Fagell

    Kent School is pleased to welcome Phyllis Fagell back to Kent School. She will join us on February 29 for student workshops followed by an employee and parent session at 4:00 p.m. that is also open to the public. There is no charge to attend. On this, her third visit to Kent School, Ms. Fagell will discuss her latest book Middle School Superpowers: Raising Resilient Tweens in Turbulent Times. Through this book parents and educators can “discover how to bolster any middle schooler’s resilience by leveraging the 12 Middle School Superpowers they need to manage disappointment, self-regulate emotions, take healthy risks, and recover from any setback.”
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Upcoming Events

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  • Free Saturday Events for Youngsters

    Kent School is inviting children and their parents to attend a series of fun, Saturday sessions designed to engage and stimulate the curious minds of children ages 8 and under.
    The workshops will be held on February 10, February 24 and March 2. There is no charge and the public is welcome. Parents should plan on staying on campus while their children participate.
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