Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated in the United States each year from September 15 through October 15, and there’ll be no shortage of activities at Kent Place to mark the achievements of Hispanic Americans. Students, staff, faculty, and the community partake of the rich cultural history, from personal anecdotes to family traditions and favorite meals and from music and dance to integrating the Hispanic culture into lesson plans.
Our cross-country program values the contribution of every individual; as a team, our student-athletes train hard, run fast, and compete with passion.
Our team is a perennial favorite in the Union County Conference (UCC), the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA), and the New Jersey Independent School Athletic Association (NJISAA) Class A division. The cross-country Dragons are seasoned veterans and promising newcomers.
Our experienced and enthusiastic coaching staff believes in the importance of camaraderie, accountability, and balanced competition. The program is individually based, so every girl interested in participating — from our younger student-athletes to those who have been part of the program for a few years — builds strength and endurance and gets to race to the best of her ability.
Varsity: Danielle Stanton (head), Melissa Webber (assistant)
Junior Varsity: Danielle Stanton (head), Melissa Webber (assistant)
Middle School: Maura Crowe (assistant), Kristen Emmel (assistant)
Participation in athletics is an integral part of the overall school experience for our students, and our athletic teams are a source of pride for the Kent Place community. Our philosophy is to provide a competitive athletic program where our student-athletes can reach their full potential.