Dragon Athletics

The mission of the Kent Place School Athletics Department is to build strong, confident, self-assured individuals through their experience in our athletics programs.

COVID-19 Athletics Protocol

In addition to all CDC, DOH, and NJSIAA guidelines, Kent Place Athletics will adhere to the following policies this fall for all HOME contests.
  • Spectators from visiting teams will NOT be allowed on campus. 
  • Only Kent Place parents who have signed our Community Health Pledge are permitted to attend games/scrimmages on campus. All spectators are required to wear a mask and physically distance.
  • All visiting teams will have passed a Health Screening and temp check at their HOME school prior to arrival at KPS.
  • All officials will be temp checked upon arrival at the scorer's table.
  • Members of the KPS Administrative Team and Campus Police will assist in monitoring KPS spectators.
  • Visiting teams will be called in advance on game day to confirm team status.
  • Sanitization stations will be at each team bench and the entrance to the field.

PROTOCOL FOR VISITING TEAMS:
  • Team Bus: KPS has worked with Summit Police to reserve a spot on Norwood Avenue near the gate to the Upper (FH) Field for visitor’s busses who arrive at KPS prior to 3:45 p.m. 
    • The visiting Coach calls Campus Security (732) 433-1153 upon arrival.
    • Student athletes and coaches disembark the bus on Norwood Avenue sidewalk. 
    • A Campus Security Officer meets the visiting team at 42 Norwood Avenue, and escorts team to tented waiting area until 3:30 p.m.
  • The bus will be relocated at 3:45 p.m. to the Morris Avenue Bus Loop.
  • Immediately after the game ends, the visiting team will depart campus. 
Please visit our Kent Place School COVID-19 page for additional information.

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.
 

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 5 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.

Meet the Director

List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Roberta Moran

    Roberta Moran 

    Director of Athletics
    (908) 273-0900 ext. 228
    Bio
  • Photo of Lauren Kravitz

    Lauren Kravitz 

    Athletic Trainer
    (908) 273-0900
    Bio
  • Photo of Amanda Yannotta

    Amanda Yannotta 

    Administrative Assistant to Athletic Department
    (908) 273-0900 ext. 298
    Bio
Kent Place School is an all-girls K through 12 independent college preparatory day school with a coeducational Preschool, located in Summit, NJ.