Each year our Head of School, Nancy Mugele chooses a “Word of the Year.” This year she selected BELIEVE. At Kent School, we use the word BELIEVE to inspire our students, teachers, and families to BELIEVE in the many facets of educational excellence, strong moral character, joy in our community and of course, to BELIEVE in themselves. The thread of BELIEVE is woven through much of our work this year. We hope you enjoy this video.
Kent School Students Read Wonder and Host Speaker
On Tuesday, December 6 Vermont educator Sam Drazin will lead two engaging speaking engagements at Kent School in Chestertown. Mr. Drazin will address Kent School’s Middle School students in an assembly Later, parents and the community-at-large are invited to hear Mr. Drazin speak. Admission is free and pre-registration is required. Drazin was born with Treacher […]
Old Trail School – Welcome Back Students
Students were treated to a new video at the first Head of School Assembly of the 2016-17 school year. David Chottiner (Intermediate and Middle School Director) created the video featuring faculty and staff having fun to Can’t Stop the Feeling. Thanks to Mr. Chottiner for a great start to the school year.
Old Trail School
Art and Service Collide at Kent School
Kent School is hosting an 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 and admission is free. Guests will enjoy a variety of homemade soups and breads […]