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.
Inside vibrant classrooms, world-class laboratories, libraries, and class lounges, more than 650 brave and brilliant girls are asking big questions, conducting college-level research, planning global trips, and engaging in local service projects. And once the school day ends, they're swinging hockey sticks, rehearsing a full-scale musical, convening the Mock Trial club, or playing shadow tag on one of our four playgrounds.
This is Kent Place.
I'm thinking about all the ways you can explore — which helps you get to know yourself and what you actually like. Amina, Middle School
At Kent Place, girls do not just have equal opportunity. They have every opportunity. In the classrooms, on the field, and on the stage, they are the ones playing the leading roles. Research shows that boys and girls learn differently. With a deep understanding of how girls learn and succeed, Kent Place provides the resources that allow each girl to reach her full potential.