Founded in 1894, Kent Place School is an all-girls K-12 private day school (with a coed Preschool).
The Kellenberg Memorial High School course of studies has been drawn up in conformity with the schools consistent policy of promoting the greatest intellectual competence together with the highest moral character. The scope of the curriculum provides for a liberal education which meets the most stringent of college entrance requirements.
An important part of the high school experience is the participation with fellow students and faculty members in activities of personal interest and development. Kellenberg Memorial High School offers a full range of sports and activities which stimulate and develop the interests of each student. Co-curricular activities allow the student to pursue interests and talents related to the course of study. Extra curricular activities give the student a chance to serve and to pursue interests not directly related to their studies.
The Kellenberg Memorial experience is primarily a faith experience in the context of a school community. The religious life of the school centers around the ARK. The ARK is our campus ministry center. The word ARK stands for Apostolic Response at Kellenberg. Known for its spiral staircase, the ARK is home for our religious activities and serves as the place that organizes the faith life of our school.