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December 12th, 2019
What better way is there to learn about and understand history than to live it? The annual Galileo Trial at South Kent School has students reenact trials based on the Decree of 1616 forbidding Galileo from spreading his ideas supporting Copernican heliocentrism and the subsequent 1633 trial of Galileo by the Roman Inquisition.
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.
April 9th, 2019 by Sarah Pfeffer
They did it! Our U18 hockey team has won back-to-back USA Hockey National Championships with a 3-2 OT victory over North Jersey Avalanche in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The South Kent Selects Academy team, representing the Central Connecticut Youth Hockey Association (CCYHA), came out on top in the tournament among the 16 best Tier I Midget AAA Youth Hockey teams in the country.
March 25th, 2019
We are proud to announce that our U15 and U18 Hockey teams, representing Central CT Selects (CCYHA), will take the national stage at the 2019 National Championships! The U18s are ready to defend their championship as they won Nationals last year in Philadelphia, and the U15s are prepared for a fresh chance at the title on their level.
March 7th, 2019 by Sarah Pfeffer
Galileo Galilei was on trial once again at South Kent School on Wednesday, March 6th, and the entire Fourth Form participated in the project, embodying historical characters from 17th century Italy. The class was split into two consecutive trials, both with a modern courtroom twist. The first was based on the Decree of 1616 forbidding Galileo to spread his ideas supporting Copernican heliocentrism and the second modeled the subsequent 1633 trial of Galileo by the Roman Inquisition.
February 26th, 2019 by Sarah Pfeffer
The South Kent Selects Academy U18 team has won the USPHL Championship! After defeating the New Jersey Hitmen 3-1 on Sunday, February 24th, captain Jack Robilotti ’19 called it “a great weekend lot of great competition.” For a number of student-athletes on the team, this was the second year in a row earning this honor, as the U16s took home the title last year. “It was great to win another USPHL championship, back to-back ,” said captain Jack Robilotti '19, who is also a South Kent prefect.
January 31st, 2019
This past week, the students and faculty at South Kent School worked together to plan a day to honor and celebrate the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. and his ideas on race, justice, and peaceful protesting.