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.

On Distance Learning

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  • What Our Parents Are Saying

    The response from Kent School to the need for Distance Learning was seamless for our children.  Even before a single day of school was missed, administrators and teachers were already in communication with us about their initial plans to handle continuing the education of our young children. As their plans evolved, teachers communicated about the changes and we are never wondering what to expect next.  I talked to friends all over the state and country who, weeks later, still don’t have any communication about what their children should be working on, let alone things like virtual circle time, school work packets from their classrooms and activities for “extras” such as Spanish, Music, Art, Science and Library to keep their studies going forward.  

    Faith L.
    Parent '30 & '28
     
    "I've been most impressed with the speed in which all the staff and teachers came together to develop distance learning for my child.  Within a day, my daughter was able to start a routine of learning and, more importantly, a social environment. Morning homeroom meetings, lunch buddies, engaging classroom assignments, as well as the ability to talk face-to-face with her classmates and teachers. It has really helped her establish some normalcy during these challenging times."

      -Valerie O.
       Parent '23
     
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Recent News

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  • Kent School Cites Gains from Connected Learning

    Chestertown, MD – 
    COVID-19 is forcing everyone into new habits and new ways of doing business. At Kent School, the pandemic is inspiring us to find new, effective ways to teach children from age three to thirteen. It is not easy, and every professional in our school community believes that there is no substitute for in-person teaching that happens in our classrooms. However, our pivot to Connected Learning, has yielded a few unexpectedly pleasant surprises that will likely remain in place once we resume teaching and learning on our spectacular riverside campus in our spacious classrooms. One thing is certain, all who teach and learn have always appreciated our unparalleled setting, and we cannot wait to return.

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