Welcome from Old Main
Welcome to Kent! We are happy that you are beginning your boarding school search with a visit to our website. As you learn more about Kent, know that we are just as excited to get to learn more about you. Please take a few minutes to fill out our online inquiry form. From there, we would love to meet you in person. We encourage you to schedule a campus tour and an interview.
Our website offers insight into the many facets which make this school great- the talented people, a broad array of rigorous classes, abundant activities in athletics and the arts, and the natural beauty of our stunning campus nestled between the Appalachian Trail and the Housatonic River. Amazing things happen in our community every day, and our website will introduce you to many of them. Don’t stop here, though. Please give us a call or send us an email. We are eager to answer your questions about Kent and the application process.
As you explore Kent, you will discover that our faculty comprises a diverse group of gifted and dedicated teachers who are passionate about their disciplines and deeply committed to teaching, learning, coaching and living among highly motivated, curious, and engaged young people. You will learn that our students are extraordinary too. They are not only great students but artists, musicians, poets, dancers, painters, athletes, engineers, activists and actors who come from every corner of the world.
We invite you to visit our campus and the exquisite town of Kent- just a short walk from campus, with its ample amenities and small-town charm. We look forward to welcoming you here so you may experience the intellectual vitality, innovative spirit, many rich traditions and the warmth of this dynamic community in person.
Brian D. Sullivan
Director of Admissions
Assistant Head of School
Kent School adheres to a longstanding policy of admitting students without regard to their race, color, ancestry, national origin, religious creed, sex, disability, genetic background, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected under federal law or Connecticut state law. Kent School also does not discriminate on the basis of any such protected characteristics in administration of its educational policies, financial aid decisions, employment practices and other school-administered programs.