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Prepare for College

Finding the right college or university that fits a student's goals and interests is a core element of the Kents Hill School experience. Our college counseling program is highly individualized with counselors who become strong, informed advisors and advocates for our students and their families. 

Students receive help with every step of the process, from deciding where to apply to completing the necessary forms. In preparing students for the next steps after graduation, we focus on their ability to think independently, advocate for themselves, and work in a collaborative spirit with others. Kents Hill graduates enroll in a wide range of outstanding colleges and universities and go on to work in many different fields.

Test Preparation


Tracey Grimm
Director of College Counseling

Katie McLaughlin

College Enrollments 2017-2020

3-5 Enrollments
Bates College
Boston University
Bryant University
Concordia University (Montreal)
Endicott College
Lasell University
Lehigh University
Maine Maritime Academy
Merrimack College
New York University
Trinity College
University of Arizona
University of California (Davis)
University of Colorado Boulder
University of Maine
University of Maine at Farmington
University of New England
Wheaton College

1-2 Enrollments
Allegheny College
American International College
Anna Maria College
Assumption University
Becker College
Boston College
Bowdoin College
Brandeis University
Brown University
Carnegie Mellon University
Case Western Reserve University
Castleton University
Central Maine Community College
Champlain College
Colby College
Colby-Sawyer College
Colorado School of Mines
Colorado State University (Fort Collins)
Connecticut College
Curry College
DePaul University
Drexel University
Elon University
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Worldwide)

Emerson College
Emmanuel College 
Florida Keys Community College
Furman University
George Washington University
Gordon College
Goucher College
Grinnell College
High Point University
Hobart William Smith Colleges
Hofstra University
Husson University
Jacksonville University
Johnson & Wales University (Charlotte)
Keene State College
King's College
Laval University
Lees-McRae College
Lynn University
Manhattanville College
Marian University
McGill University
Mercyhurst University
Missouri Valley College
Morehouse College
Muhlenberg College
New England College
New Mexico Military Institute
Northeastern University
Northwestern University
Pace University (New York City)
Pennsylvania State University (Main Campus)
Pepperdine University
Plymouth State University
Prague College
Pratt Institute (Main Campus)
Providence College
Purdue University (Main Campus)
Quinnipiac University
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Rochester Institute of Technology
Roger Williams University
Saint Anselm College
Saint Joseph's College of Maine

Saint Michael's College Salem State University 
San Diego State University
Santa Clara University
Sarah Lawrence College
Seattle Pacific University
Simmons University
Skidmore College
Smith College
St John's University (New York)
St. Thomas University
Stetson University
Stony Brook University
Suffolk University
SUNY at Fredonia
Syracuse University
The College of New Jersey
The College of Wooster
The University of Alabama
The University of Tampa
Thomas College
Towson University
Tufts University
United States Merchant Marine Academy
Universidad Anahuac
University of British Columbia
University of Calgary
University of California (Irvine)
University of California (Los Angeles)
University of California (San Diego)
University of California (Santa Barbara)
University of California (Santa Cruz)
University of Connecticut
University of Dayton
University of Denver
University of Guelph
University of Massachusetts (Amherst)
University of Massachusetts (Boston)
University of New Brunswick
University of New Hampshire (Main Campus)
University of Redlands
University of Rochester
University of San Francisco
University of Southern California
University of Southern Maine

University of the Pacific
University of Toronto
University of Vermont
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Wake Forest University
Wellesley College
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Whittier College
Wilkes University
William and Mary
Yale University

Signing Ceremony for Kents Hill senior athletes

2021 College Signing Ceremony

Five of our Huskies from the Class of 2021 will be playing NCAA Division III athletics in fall 2021 at some truly incredible colleges. Kellie S. is off to Wilkes University to play Field Hockey, Jarni H. is bound for Endicott College's basketball team, Immanuel Redah is going to Lake Forest College where he will also play basketball, Antonie H. will be skiing at Plymouth State University, and Jordan J. will be taking her ice hockey talents to Buffalo State.

Congratulations, everyone! You earned it!

Huskies Travel in Packs: Kellie S. ’21 Joins Alumna, Katherine Bowie ’11’s College Team
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Gillian Barnes

It’s hard to believe that just a short spring season stands between the Kents Hill School Class of 2021 and graduation. One such senior, who is known to many as a campus leader, will be racing to Pennsylvania next fall to begin her collegiate career alongside another Husky. While we will miss seeing Kellie S. ’21 on a daily basis, we know she will be in great hands training with the Head Field Hockey Coach at Wilkes University, Katherine Bowie ’11!

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Female Science Department Chair, Maryke Moreau ’09
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Gillian Barnes

If you’ve ever been to Kents Hill School, recently, or in the late aughts, you likely know our newly dubbed Science Department Chair, Maryke Moreau ’09 (Ms. Mo or Rake for those who know her personally). She attended Kents Hill, she is a fierce Winter Carnival competitor and hockey player, she’s a coach, and she is a Dorm Parent in Maine Hall. Her presence is well-known and we are proud of that because she represents achievement in two primarily male-dominated sectors: science and math. 

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