National High School Ethics Bowl

The National High School Ethics Bowl is an event that
“encourages critical thinking, civil discourse, collaboration and teamwork and a competition of ideas.”

Regional Champions!

The Kent Place School Upper School Ethics Bowl team was named champion at the 10th Annual New Jersey High School Ethics Bowl, sponsored by The University of North Carolina Parr Center for Ethics!

Eighteen teams from twelve New Jersey schools participated in the competition, which was held December 10 at Stevens Institute of Technology’s College of Arts and Letters. The competition is the largest of its kind in New Jersey.

The team will now advance to the National Championships in Chapel Hill, NC on April 7 through 9, 2017.

About the Ethics Bowl

The Ethics Institute at Kent Place School collaborates with the KPS Upper School to provide coaching, resources and logistics support for teams of KPS students participating in the National High School Ethics Bowl.

The National High School Ethics Bowl is headquartered at the Parr Center for Ethics at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, which hosts the National Finals of the tournament annually. The Bowl is inspired by the Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl, a college-level ethics bowl operating nationwide since 1996.
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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.