Kent Place second-graders have been studying the people, animals, and geographies of our world’s continents — as they are today and from many years ago — as part of their science and social studies curricula, and this week they went on an exciting field trip that would bring their lessons to life. Equipped with their backpacks, notebooks, and adventurous spirits, the girls visited the Museum of Natural History, in New York City.
KENT PLACE FOR LIFE
Our alumnae produce Peabody Award-winning television shows, try precedent-setting cases, treat life-threatening diseases, found venture capital firms, run multinational nonprofits, and — yes — teach the next generation of brave and brilliant leaders.
They’re also a major resource for our current students. They serve as mentors, aid in career planning, and host networking events, so our seniors and recent graduates can share in their success — in college and in life.
KPS alumnae are a vital part of the school community, bridging the traditions of the past and the bright future of generations of young women to come.
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“We left Kent Place as empowered women, eager to raise our hands and sit in the front rows of our college classes and beyond. And we all cared for and felt the never-ending support of the Kent Place community . . . I’ve leaned on that support from my sisterhood more times than I can count . . . I'm very grateful for this community that continues to raise me up during challenging times." Kelly (Mead) Leach '90