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.

Upcoming Events

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  • Kent School Hosts Secondary School Fair

    On Monday, October 7, Kent School will host a secondary school fair for students in Grades Seven and Eight and their parents or guardians. The event will be held in the M.V. “Mike” Williams Gymnasium from 6:30 pm through 8:00 pm. Over two dozen independent and area public schools, both day schools and boarding schools will participate. A partial list of participating schools includes The Gunston School, The Hill School, Madeira School, McDonogh School, Mercersburg Academy, St. Andrew’s School, Severn School, St. James School, Westtown School, Woodberry Forest School, Kent County High School and Queen Anne’s County High School. Kent School’s secondary school is open to all families with middle school aged children. There is no charge for admission.
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Recent News

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  • Kent School to Host 5K and Fall Fest

    On Sunday, September 29 the Kent School campus will be alive with activity. The Osprey 5K fun run and walk will kick off at 9:00 a.m. followed by a family friendly Fall Fest which includes games, activities and food for all ages. The Fall Fest is from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. The Osprey 5K race will start and finish on the School’s riverside campus at 6788 Wilkins Lane in historic Chestertown.
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Why Kent School?

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  • Why Kent School?

    I give to Kent School because I am grateful for the environment and the education that Kent School provided both of my children. We were sitting in a coffee shop in Chestertown a couple weeks ago and we ran in to one of my daughter’s former teachers. I made the comment that I thought that this teacher was a really good one and my daughter corrected me and said, “All her teachers were really good.”
     
    I think that sums it up –All the teachers from Little School through 8th Grade were outstanding and for that I give my thanks and continued support.

    -STEVE SHENK, Past Parent of Chastain, Class of 2007 and Madi, Class of 2011
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