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This year’s Near Space Mission was carried out in the final weeks of the school year. After filing a NOTAM ...
By Lynn Mellis Worthington Contributing Writer Three different groups of students are venturing off campus this spring to various parts of the world to explore different cultures and along the way discover a number of things about themselves...
By Todd Gennings and John FunkThe Sustainable Trail Building and Design class kicked off the Fall Term exploring the IMBA flagged mountain bike trail system that begins behind Admiral...
Batteries not included: Fifth Former makes himself the remote

By Mark Berghold Losing the remote is not an uncommon occurrence in many homes, and mine is no exception. Our home’s five...

The Center for Innovation (CFI) at South Kent School has begun publishing The Seed.  This periodical highlights the ever increasing activity that is part of the CFI.  Click on the images below for PDF copies. Winter 2017 Fall 2016 Spring 2016...
Dr. Jed Struckus, Mr. Tim Henderson and accompanied a number of CFI students on a remarkable full day field trip on October 25, 2016 to the home of Jack Sobon in Windsor, Massachusetts. Mr. Sobon is one...
Students in the 5th form took a tour of Hancock Shaker Village to learn the history of the village along with gaining a better understanding of what it takes to build and maintain an...
The 2016 SKS Fair was held in the Brown Gymnasium on April 28, 2016. The event featured some of our best and brightest showcasing projects that had some connection to our Center for Innovation programming. Some of the standout projects...
As part of South Kent School's Center for Innovation classes, students supported Weantinoge Heritage Land Trust to maintain existing trails at Macallister Preserve...
The South Kent School Robotics team traveled to Greenwich, CT on Saturday February 6th for their first robotics competition of the year.  In this event, the boys competed with and against...

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