Kents Hill Virtual Admissions Summit
Thank You for Joining Us!
In this program for parents, Christopher S. Cheney, Head of School and Meadow Davis, Associate Head of School, provide an open space for any questions.
Hear from Erica Chute, Dean of Students and Residential Life, and some of our incredible students about all the fun there is to be had here on The Hill.
What to Expect
Hear from Dr. Benjamin Priest, Dean of Academics, and Jeff Munson, STEAM Division Head, about our 4D Curriculum, academic schedule and project-based learning.
At Kents Hill, we build student-athletes. Nan Hambrose, Director of Athletics, provides information about our 20+ athletic opportunities and our incredible athletic facilities.
Hear from Josh Reynolds, Director of Snow Sports, about competitive skiing and all the other ways the Alpine Center can inject some fun into a student experience.
400 Acres of
Hear from Andrew Deaett, Leader of Outdoor Programming, and Trevor Slater, about opportunities for getting outside and exploring the great state of Maine.
A Balanced Life
on The Hill
Hear from Lilia Bottino, School Counselor, on how we support our students to make sure they are feeling their best, in order to do their best.
Our Director and Co-Coordinator of DEB, Brian Smith and Alexa Holmes, discuss the continued efforts of Kents Hill School to become a welcoming space for all.
From digital photography to woodworking, hear from Jordan Gehman, Art Department Co-Chair, about the opportunities to be artistic on campus.
at Kents Hill
Hear from Trevor Slater, PEAK Program Chair, about how students identify actions that will make a positive difference in their lives and the lives of others through PEAK.
Hear from Gretchen B. Bergill, Director of College Counseling, about the supportive environment you can expect on your college application journey.
Hear from Mary Keeley, Director of Student Learning, on how our Learning Specialists are committed to your success from the moment you step on campus.
What Our Students Are Saying
“I wish I could go back and meet everybody again. I would love that chance. I don’t even remember how I did that…it just happens. You just suddenly know everyone.”
Kellie S. ’21
“Kents Hill is like a family. Coming from a francophone, North America people are always in a bubble, they don’t say hi when you pass by them. When I came to Kents Hill to visit people were like ‘Hey! Do you want to come to Kents Hill?’ and I was shocked, but I was shocked in a good way because I was not used to that. That’s what made me want to come to Kents Hill.”
Manu R. '21
“I was homeschooled up until eighth grade and I was at home doing homework with my siblings. We toured a couple of schools before Kents Hill, but none of them had a community feeling. It just felt like empty hallways, moving from class to class, but when we came to Kents Hill, going on tours with the students, it was a whole different feel. It was like a big family.”
Delaney F. ’21