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Kent School serves children in Preschool through Grade 8 on our scenic campus on the bank of the Chester River in historic Chestertown, MD. All teaching is guided by research informed mind, brain and education science.

Upcoming Admission Events at Kent School

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  • Little School Preview Days

    Little School Preview Days
    Friday, November 16 or 
    Friday, December 7
    9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

    Your child’s joyful educational journey begins in Little School where our students learn through play in a bright, engaging environment with nurturing, supportive teachers.
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Recent News

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  • Kent School to Host 3rd Annual Empty Bowls Event

    On Friday, November 9 at 6:00 pm Kent School is hosting the third annual Empty Bowls event to benefit the Kent County Food Pantry. Empty Bowls is an international project to fight hunger, personalized by artists and art organizations on a community level. The event is open to the public. While admission is free, guests may enjoy a variety of homemade soups and breads with the purchase of a student-made ceramic bowl. Each bowl is $10. The soup dinner will be held in the M. V. “Mike” Williams Gymnasium. All proceeds from the sale of the bowls will go the Kent County Food Pantry. This event is a collaboration between the Kent School’s Art Department and the Student Government Association.
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Transformative Teaching and Learning Community

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  • Kent School Inspires Deeper Learning with Cross-Curricular Instruction

    Teachers at Kent School have fully embraced the enhanced teaching and learning opportunities that come from cross-curricular instruction. Inspired by the professional learning done with Mind, Brain and Education Science in conjunction with the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning, Kent School teachers understand the power of introducing, teaching and assessing students across different subject areas. Two recent projects illustrate the depth of student understanding when students can study one topic in different classes.
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