With only 73 seconds left in overtime, connecting on a perfect pass from Molly Brozowski ’26, Ava Builione ’26 found the back of the net for a euphoric 3-2 victory and Kent Place's first Cohen Cup win.
We energize students with a challenging and relevant course of study in an environment attuned to best practices that inspire girls.
We know that students learn best when curriculum, pedagogy, and content honor students’ identities and support them as they grow in those identities. We believe that the best education for girls and young women is an environment in which all students discover their strengths and are empowered to see themselves as leaders — in and beyond the classroom.
We know our students as complete human beings, help them explore their goals and ambitions, and ensure that their next step allows them to flourish. We work with students at every phase of the college process: developing a balanced college list, providing workshops on essay writing and interviewing techniques, reviewing applications, and everything in between. The results: The Class of 2023 will attend 47 colleges (40 private, 7 public) in 19 states, the District of Columbia, and England.
What is MESA?
The KPS Multicultural Education Best Practices: A Self-Assessment (MESA) tool is a catalyst for curricular change that moves us further toward inclusive education. This instrument invites reflection about six core areas of the classroom experience: Classroom Environment and Delivery, Content and Perspective, Teaching and Learning Materials, Critical Inclusivity, Social and Civic Responsibility, and Assessment. The work of MESA connects with our strategic priorities — the heath and well-being of our students, the upholding of academic excellence, and the development of informed and ethical leaders.
For nearly 20 years, the Primary School’s World Language Fashion Show has been an opportunity for students to not only demonstrate their vocabulary and language acumen but their public speaking and presentation skills as well.
The Regeneron Science Talent Search (STS), the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science and math competition for high school seniors, recently named its 2024 semifinalists. Kent Place’s own Miranda Wang ’24 made the list, one of only 300 students recognized across the globe.
During French Week, KPS Middle and Primary School students collaborated to celebrate the French language in all its diversity as well as the various Francophone cultures.
KPS is pleased to announce the members of this year’s Middle School and Upper School STEM teams, which are led by teachers Wendy Hall and Kim Mattappallil.