Our Athletics Philosophy

Kent Place has established 15 varsity sports, plus Sailing as a club sport. Our teams continue to achieve high levels of success and produce winning records. We have won championships at the state, county and conference levels. Our varsity athletes have earned individual honors, and each year more Kent Place athletes go on to successfully compete at the college level.

Participation in athletics is an integral part of the overall Kent Place School experience for our students, and our athletic teams are a source of pride for the Kent Place community. We are committed to maintaining a healthy balance between athletics, academics and extra-curricular programs providing a quality competitive program for our student athletes while encouraging students to participate in other areas of school life.

Our philosophy is to provide a competitive yet inclusive athletic program. A broad range of sports teams and competitive levels allow for both strong varsity teams and wide participation at the JV and Middle School levels. We value athletic participation and believe in the benefits afforded to girls through competition.

Our Sports Academy program offers additional sports skill development programs for the Primary, Middle and Upper School levels.

Dragon Athletic Club

The Dragon Athletic Club (DAC) was formed for the purpose of supporting and promoting the athletic teams at KPS. All parents of students in Grades 7 through 12 are members of the DAC. The DAC sponsors a number of programs and events each year. Parents communicate through a password-protected DAC page on MyKPS.

Athletics Hotline

(908) 273-0900, ext. 376

Changes posted daily by 1:00 p.m.

Meet the Director

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  • Roberta Moran 

    Director of Athletics
    (908) 273-0900 ext. 228


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    The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association, founded in 1918, is a voluntary, non-profit organization made up of 433 accredited public, private and parochial high schools in the state. The New Jersey Association joins the other 49 State Associations and constitutes the National Federation of State High School Associations, which has represented the best interests of high school athletics since 1920, and today represents 22,000 schools, more than 330,000 coaches and almost 4.5 million high school athletes. Kent Place School is classified in NJSIAA as a Non-Public North “A” School. NJSIAA may classify us as a Non Public B school in certain sports such as Cross Country, Winter Track and Track and Field. This decision is made by the NJSIAA and is based on the number of schools entering a tournament and their corresponding enrollments.

    The New Jersey Independent Schools Athletic Association is comprised of over 30 non-public and/or parochial schools in the state. The Association is divided into Prep “A” and Prep “B” schools for tournament competitions. The divisions are based upon enrollment numbers and strength of program. Kent Place School is classified in NJISAA as a Prep “A” School, the highest competitive division.
  • UCC

    The Union County Conference was formed to provide wholesome athletic competition among member schools, to encourage and inspire high standards of sportsmanship at all times, to develop the physical, mental and emotional health of participants in athletic competition and to abide by the Constitution and By-Laws of the NJSIAA. 
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    The Union County Interscholastic Athletic Conference is comprised of 26 schools and offers Union County Conference Tournament play in all sports. The Conference is committed to the success of student-athletes by offerings Scholar-Athlete scholarships on an annual basis. 

    The North Jersey Girls’ Golf League is comprised of 10 schools. The purpose of the NJGGL is to offer competitive and fair play among schools with girls’ golf teams. Each school plays every school in the league twice (time and weather permitting). 

    The North Jersey Girls’ Interscholastic Lacrosse League is comprised of 75 teams. The purpose of the NJGILL is to offer fair and competitive play among girls’ lacrosse teams. Schools are grouped together based on strength of program and geographical location. The league is divided into five major divisions with a North and South sub-division of each. Kent Place School is assigned to Stars and Stripes South Division, the highest competitive division within the league. 
  • Essex-Union FHL

    The Essex-Union Field Hockey League is comprised of 17 schools. The purpose of the EUFHL is to offer fair and competitive play among girls’ field hockey teams in Essex and Union Counties. Each school plays every school in the league once.
42 Norwood Avenue, Summit, NJ 07901   |   (908) 273-0900
Kent Place School is an all-girls K through 12 independent college preparatory day school with a coeducational Preschool, located in Summit, NJ.