The Kent Place Science Program inspires young women to be confident, scientifically-informed citizens, and leaders. Through inquiry, experimentation, data analysis, and collaboration, students learn to question their world and apply critical thinking skills to understand and solve real-life problems. Demonstrating persistence, resilience, and curiosity, our students can confidently communicate their scientific understanding, values, and fact-based positions.

We aim to inspire women to pursue careers in STEM fields. In every grade level, students develop scientific reasoning skills to construct knowledge as they probe the physical world. Within our curriculum, students observe a phenomenon and learn to develop and test their own explanations. Students gain context for the principles we study while learning the scientific abilities that will be useful later as they pursue a career in STEM or any field.

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Meet the Department

List of 10 members.

  • Photo of Wendy Hall

    Ms. Wendy Hall 

    Science Chair / MS/US Science
  • Photo of Rebecca Brown

    Dr. Rebecca Brown 

    US Science
  • Photo of Maura Crowe

    Ms. Maura Crowe 

    MS/US Science and STEM Coordinator
  • Photo of Samantha Prato

    Ms. Samantha Prato 

    US Chemistry
  • Photo of Leslie Jones-Wentz

    Ms. Leslie Jones-Wentz 

    PS Science & Health Education Teacher
  • Photo of Luis Largo

    Mr. Luis Largo 

    US Science
  • Photo of Holly Moller

    Ms. Holly Moller 

    MS Science
  • Photo of Jennifer Sharp-Stilliard

    Ms. Jennifer Sharp-Stilliard 

    US Science
  • Photo of Rebecca Van Ry

    Mrs. Rebecca Van Ry 

    PS Science / Fifth Grade
  • Photo of Lise Woodring

    Ms. Lise Woodring 

    US Science
Kent Place School is an all-girls K through 12 independent college preparatory day school with a coeducational Preschool, located in Summit, NJ.