Directions to The Ethics Institute

Kent Place School in Summit, NJ

Directions to Kent Place School

List of 6 items.

  • From the North

    Garden State Parkway
    Take the Garden State Parkway South to Exit 142B-Route 78 West. Follow Route 78 West (stay in local lanes) to Exit 48-Route 24 West, Springfield/Morristown. Follow Route 24 West to Exit 8-Summit Avenue. Turn left at the light onto Summit Avenue and cross over Route 24. Follow directions from Summit Avenue.
     
    New Jersey Turnpike
    Take the New Jersey Turnpike South to Exit 14-Newark International Airport/Route 78. Follow Route 78 West (stay in local lanes) to Exit 48-Route 24 West, Springfield/Morristown. Follow Route 24 West to Exit 8-Summit Avenue. Turn left at the light onto Summit Avenue and cross over Route 24. Follow directions from Summit Avenue.
     
    Route 287
    Take 287 South to Exit 37-Route 24 East, Springfield. Follow Route 24 East to Exit 8-Summit Avenue. Turn right at the light onto Summit Avenue. Follow directions from Summit Avenue.
  • From the South

    Garden State Parkway
    Take the Garden State Parkway North to Exit 142B-Route 78 West. Follow Route 78 West (stay in local lanes) to Exit 48-Route 24 West, Springfield/ Morristown. Follow Route 24 West to Exit 8-Summit Avenue. Turn left at the light onto Summit Avenue and cross over Route 24. Follow directions from Summit Avenue.
     
    New Jersey Turnpike
    Take the New Jersey Turnpike North to Exit 14-Newark International Airport/Route 78. Follow Route 78 West (stay in local lanes) to Exit 48-Route 24 West, Springfield/ Morristown. Follow Route 24 West to Exit 8 - Summit Avenue. Turn left at the light onto Summit Avenue and cross over Route 24. Follow directions from Summit Avenue.
  • From the West

    Route 78 East
    Follow Route 78 East. When the road splits, stay to the right in Route 78 local lanes and take Exit 48–Route 24 West. This exit is the first exit after the road splits and is on the left-hand side. Follow Route 24 West to Exit 8-Summit Avenue. Turn left at the light onto Summit Avenue and cross over Route 24. Follow directions from Summit Avenue.
  • From JFK Parkway

    Follow JFK Parkway South. After passing the Short Hills Mall on your left, follow signs for Route 124 East/River Road, Summit. Stay straight on River Road. Follow River Road to the second light and turn left onto Morris Avenue. Follow Morris Avenue and turn left onto Norwood Avenue, which will be the sixth street on your left.
     
    Follow Norwood Avenue and make your second right into Kent Place School’s main entrance. The Admission Office is located in Mabie House. Please park straight ahead in Visitor Parking.
  • From Summit Avenue

    Follow Summit Avenue to the first light and turn right onto DeForest Avenue. Follow DeForest Avenue and after the second light turn right onto Norwood Avenue. (The Kent Place sign will be directly in front of you as you turn onto Norwood Avenue.)
     
    Follow Norwood Avenue and make your first left into Kent Place School’s main entrance. The Admission Office is located in Mabie House. Please park straight ahead in Visitor Parking.
  • From Summit Train Station

    If you exit the Summit Train Station on the Starbucks side, turn left and proceed to Maple Street. Turn Right onto Maple Street and continue for two blocks until you reach DeForest Avenue. At DeForest Avenue, turn left and continue for two blocks to Norwood Avenue. You will see Kent Place immediately in front of you. Make a right turn onto Norwood. Turn left into Kent Place’s circular driveway entrance. The Admission Office is located in Mabie House. If you exit the Summit Train Station on the Broad Street side, make a right and proceed to Maple Street. Once on Maple, follow the directions above to reach Kent Place.
42 Norwood Avenue, Summit, NJ 07901   |   (908) 273-0900
The Ethics Institute at Kent Place School is a first-of-its-kind Institute at the primary and secondary school levels. We believe promoting the process and practice of ethical thinking and ethical decision-making in the youngest of children prepares them to be the most effective leaders and compassionate citizens of tomorrow.