Girls travel to Kent Place from 70 communities throughout northern and central New Jersey. Some families opt to drive students to Kent Place every day or develop carpools with other parents. Many Middle and Upper School students use public transportation to come to school, including the New Jersey Transit trains. Kent Place provides a shuttle from the Summit station to the campus. Several other transportation options are available and are used by a large portion of our students.

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    Kasanu Sims 

    Operations Coordinator
    (908) 273-0900

Transportation Options

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  • Public Transportation

    NJ Transit Train: The Summit Train Station services NJ Transit commuter trains from Penn Station NYC, Hoboken, Dover, and Peapack/Gladstone lines.

    Train Station Shuttle Service: KPS provides a shuttle bus service that transports students to and from the Summit Train Station each morning at 7:55 a.m. and 8:05 a.m., and each afternoon at 3:40 p.m. Students must register for this free service. Registered train riders may use this service daily or as needed. This service is open to students in Grades 6-12.

    NJ Transit Bus: Some students also come to Summit by way of the #70 NJ Transit Bus. This bus runs from Newark/Irvington and travels through the towns of Irvington, Maplewood, Millburn, and Springfield. The bus has a stop directly in front of our campus.
  • Private School Busing

    For students who do not have access to public/district school busing or public transportation, KPS has arranged for private bus companies to provide fee-based busing services for some areas. These areas include:

    Essex County: Livingston, Maplewood, Montclair, South Orange
    Passaic County: Hawthorne
    Somerset County: Basking Ridge, Far Hills
    Union County: Mountainside, New Providence, Westfield

    This list is subject to change and modification each year depending on demand. Please contact the KPS transportation department at ext. 231 for more information.
  • Public/District Busing

    Several school districts in surrounding towns provide transportation service to resident KPS students.

    These districts include Chatham, Convent Station, Florham Park, Hanover Park, Harding/New Vernon, Madison, Millburn/Short Hills, Morristown, and Morris Township.

    Students must register for public district school bus service by completing the B6T form and submitting it to KPS. Contact the KPS transportation department at ext. 231 for more information.
  • District Reimbursement

    Many school districts opt to provide reimbursement for resident students attending private schools in lieu of providing transportation service. The reimbursement is limited to students who live at least 2 miles (PS) or 2.5 miles (MS & US) but not more than 20 miles from KPS. The maximum reimbursement is approximately $1,000 per student, and this is paid directly to you by your town. The money is available whether a student uses a KPS bus, public transportation or is driven to school. These districts include but are not limited to Boonton, Caldwell, Cranford, Denville, East Hanover, Essex Fells, Florham Park, Glen Ridge, Hanover Park, Jersey City, Kenilworth, Little Falls, Livingston, Mendham, Millburn, Montclair, Morris Plains, Mountain Lakes, Newark, North Caldwell, Parsippany, Randolph, Rockaway, Union, West Caldwell, West Morris, West Orange and Whippany. Some districts do not provide transportation or reimbursement for their public school students. As a result, private school students from these districts include but are not limited to: Bloomfield, East Orange, Irvington, New Providence, Nutley, Orange, and Summit. Students must register for reimbursement. Contact the KPS transportation department at ext. 231 for more information.
Kent Place School is an all-girls K through 12 independent college preparatory day school with a coeducational Preschool, located in Summit, NJ.