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  • 100% of Class of ’19 SKS Soccer Grads Continuing at Collegiate Level

    May 24th, 2019

    As the South Kent School Class of 2019 earns their diplomas, all graduating members of the soccer program will be looking forward to continuing their careers as student-athletes at the collegiate level.  For the eleventh consecutive year, every graduating soccer player has an opportunity to play college soccer.  This year, thirteen graduates will move on to be college student-athletes.  South Kent recently held a ceremonial signing event to celebrate the accomplishments of this impressive group.

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  • Winter and Spring Athletics Awards 2019

    May 21st, 2019

    The Winter and Spring Athletics Awards honor the top athletes on our JV Basketball, Varsity Basketball, Prep Basketball, Cardinal Hockey,  U15 National Hockey, U16 National Hockey, Golf, Varsity Baseball, Varsity Lacrosse, Crew, and Tennis teams. 

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  • Prefects Announced for 2019-2020 Academic Year

    May 15th, 2019

    After a community voting process, the 2019-2020 school year prefects were announced to the School in the Prefect Tapping Ceremony on Tuesday, May 14.

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  • Faculty Profile: Award-Winning Artist Cheryl Moore Creates a Space for Inspiration

    May 14th, 2019 by Sarah Pfeffer

    Cheryl Moore decided to enter the Kent Art Association juried show in the pastel category for the first time in about 10 years...and she won. This accomplishment is impressive in itself, but add in the fact that when she entered a decade ago she also earned the prize, and it is clear Mrs. Moore has a rare talent. Often introducing herself to parents and visitors in her witty manner, she says, “Hi, I’m Cheryl Moore, and I’m the art department.” This always garners a laugh, but it is simply true; Mrs. Moore has been the backbone of a dynamic, quietly transformational program here since she joined South Kent School in 2008.

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  • Alumni Soccer Game

    May 13th, 2019

    You're invited to attend & play in South Kent School's Alumni Soccer Game vs the current team

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  • South Kent Selects Academy Announces a New Partnership!

    May 7th, 2019

    South Kent, Conn.––South Kent School and its South Kent Selects Academy (SKSA) program ––the back-to-back USA Hockey National U18 Champions––have announced a new partnership with the Wallingford Hawks Youth Hockey Association.

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  • Tier I Tryouts: South Kent Selects Academy/Wallingford Hawks 15 Only, U16, & U18

    May 6th, 2019

    This May South Kent Selects Academy is holding tryouts for our South Kent Selects Academy/Wallingford Hawks Tier I U18, U16, and 15 Only teams. Fill out the form below to reserve your spot.

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  • Prize Day Challenge

    April 29th, 2019

    Please join us on April 30th for the Prize Day Challenge, our 36-hour challenge for alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff, and friends to make a donation to the South Kent School Annual Fund. Our goal is to acquire 150 gifts totaling $36,000 in 36-hours.

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  • Boston College Honors Patrick Beer with Distinguished Alumni Award

    April 26th, 2019

    Patrick Beer, Third Form Dean, Humanities Teacher, and Yoga and Mindfulness Instructor at South Kent School, has received a Distinguished Alumni Award from Boston College. At a dinner and awards ceremony on Tuesday, April 16th, Patrick was honored by the college as "a graduate who embodies the Jesuit ideals of men and women for others, who pursues the greater good in all things and exemplifies care for the whole person." Former professors and colleagues were in attendance to support, celebrate, and congratulate Patrick.

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  • SKS Leads Earth Day Clean Up

    April 25th, 2019

    Every year for Earth Day, the boys gather and clean up trash on local roadsides in conjunction with the Kent Conservation Commission. Led by head of the Call to Service Affinity Group Father Klots, the boys came together in the assembly hall to coordinate and then splitting up into groups to cover local roads from Kent to the South Kent campus to Gaylordsville, students and faculty put in quite the effort to clean and improve our earth.

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