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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.

8th Grade Musical

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  • Kent School Students Present Into the Woods, Jr

    Members of Kent School’s class of 2019 will bring the stage to life with their performance of Into the Woods, Jr. Two Performances are scheduled, Friday, May 10 and Saturday, May 11 at 7:00 p.m. in the M.V. “Mike” Williams Gymnasium. Admission to the performance is free and the public is invited to attend.
     
    Into the Woods, Jr. weaves stories from the Brothers Grimm in to a magical journey. A red cape, a strand of golden hair, a golden shoe, and a white cow are the four items that send a baker and his wife, a childless couple, through the woods on a magical journey to reverse an evil spell. They wish for a child and are sent by an evil witch on the scavenger hunt. Little Redriding Hood, Jack and the Bean Stalk, Rapunzel, and Cinderella soon join the mix, in this magical tale of love and adventure.
     
    Into the Woods, Jr is based on the book by James Lupine. It was originally directed on Broadway by Mr. Lupine, with music and lyrics by Steven Sondheim.
     
    The Kent School cast in alphabetical order is
     
    Baker – Noah Macielag
    Baker’s Wife – Lane Parkhurst
    Cinderella – Merritt Conner
    Cinderella’s Prince – Kolby Brice
    Granny – Molly Starkey
    Jack – Julia McClary
    Jack’s Mother – Isabelle Requena
    Mystery Man – Frank Cantera
    Narrators – Frank Cantera and Jake Leaverton
    Rapunzel’s Price – Aiden Lafferty
    Rapunzel – Molly Starkey
    Red Ridinghood – Julia Reed
    Stepmother – Ella MacGlashan
    Stepsisters – Kolby Brice and Aiden Lafferty
    Steward – Frank Cantera
    Witch – Tait Tavolacci
    Wolf – Jake Leaverton
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Recent News

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  • 50th Anniversary Campaign

    On Saturday, April 6, Kent School celebrated its 50th Anniversary with an incredible Gala at Brittland Estates in Chestertown. The event served to honor the legacy of Kent School, reflect on the present and imagine the future.
     
    At the Gala, we announced the launch of Together We Soar: The 50th Anniversary Campaign for Kent School. This $2.3M effort will support the Endowment and a Middle School Renovation creating new spaces for Academics, Science and the Visual and Performing Arts. Kent School’s mission is to guide its students in realizing their potential for academic, artistic, athletic, and moral excellence. The campaign will enrich the educational experience offered at Kent School by providing an even stronger foundation for all of its students.
     
    Together We Soar will add an additional $1M to our Endowment, which will allow us to continue to be the best that we can be for generations to come. Our Endowment supports student financial assistance, employee compensation, professional development, and the Kudner Leyon Visiting Writers’ Program. Our Endowment efforts have been strengthened by a generous donor’s challenge which commits to matching funds of $200,000. The School is pleased to report that it is halfway to its Endowment goal.
     
    In addition, Together We Soar seeks to raise $1M to fund a re-imagining of the Deborah C. Williams Middle School and existing visual and performing arts spaces. A two story addition is planned to meet our program needs. We are working with Albert Rubeling of JMT Architecture on the design. Our goal is to complete a STEAM Innovation Center with a new Middle School Academic Wing, as well as a new Performing Arts Wing on the second floor of the M.V. “Mike” Williams Gymnasium.
     
    Nancy Mugele, Head of Kent School said, “I am so grateful for the visionary men and women on Kent School’s Founding Board, especially Founding Board President Ben P. Gale and Founding Headmistress Joan C. Merriken for their tenacity, resilience and perseverance in leading this institution. It is only fitting that the first gift to this campaign was made by the estate of Joan C. Merriken.
     
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Transformative Teaching and Learning Community

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  • Make a Special Gift for Mom

    Saturday, May 11 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

    Make a Special Gift for Mom
    Children 6 and under are invited along with mom, dad, grandma or grandpa to create a special gift to give mom on Mother's Day.

    Hosted by The Little School at Kent School
    Admission is Free and the public is encouraged to attend.
    6788 Wilkins Lane
    Chestertown, MD 21620

    Call 410-778-4100 ext. 110 for more information or email tcammerzell@kentschool.org

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