Erin Cho ’18, a new fourth former from South Korea, has shown unprecedented artistic talent during her first year at Kent. In the recent Scholastic Art Awards, Cho won four awards, including three gold keys, for all four drawings she submitted. “She is a genius,” said Ms. Lynch, when asked to describe... READ MORE »»
Feeding an average family of 4 with two teenagers is hard enough, but feeding 570 busy athletic teens at once takes an army. Three times a day, seven days a week, for ten months, the Kent School Dining Hall staff takes on the challenge of not only satiating the students but also making them happy with... READ MORE »»
Darin Hudson and Dining Hall Staffers hard at work!
From walking on clean floors to receiving everyday medication, the little things that make life at Kent run smoothly are only possible with the help of certain un-praised heroes. Many students take for granted all of the services the school provides to make us comfortable. The main objective of this... READ MORE »»
Operation Smile is not-for-profit medical relief organization that, according to their website, “provides reconstructive facial surgery to indigent children and young adults in 16 developing countries.”
Closer to home, however, Operation Smile may have been as much of a life changer for Brynn... READ MORE »»
Multisport athletics is woven into the fabric of the prep school education and has been a common practice for decades. Multisport participation has been so strong at Kent that the athletics department has “never had to cancel a season because of lack of participation in the past 20 years,” according... READ MORE »»
As a celebrated figure, Martin Luther King will forever be remembered as an immense influence in the fight for civil liberties on behalf of oppressed African Americans. His non-violent actions and commitment to justice... Read More »
The day before the Kent girls varsity basketball game vs. Taft, captain Lily Steigleman ’16 said, “I’m nervous for the game. Not because I think we will lose, but because I know it’s going to... Read More »
Ms. Jenna Lynch, one of the most inspiring faculty on Kent’s campus, is also one of most gentle and heartfelt people you will ever meet.
Ms. Lynch came to Kent school in 1996, and has shaped the art program at Kent in... Read More »