The Kents Hill School curriculum offers over 100 courses
that challenge and support students to apply what they learn. Our small classes allow students to take initiative, think independently, and explore ideas with outstanding teachers who also serve as mentors, dorm parents, coaches, advisors, and friends. Classes are focused on collaborative, project-based learning where students may find themselves working on novel research with students from Bates, Bowdoin, and Colby College, or earning college credit from the University of Maine at Farmington in physics, chemistry, or writing.
Our program offers a wide range of College Prep, Honors, Advanced Placement, and College Level classes to ensure that students reach their potential. With the introduction of the Academic Transformation Team
in Spring 2018, we are taking steps to ensure that Kents Hill is on the leading edge of student-centered learning and teaching, while honoring the values that have made us strong for nearly 200 years.