Family Resource Hub
This page is designed to keep you up-to-date with everything that is happening on the Hill - from the school calendar and schedules to the daily menu at the Bibby and Harold Alfond Dining Commons. You'll also find the latest school communications and announcements, Back to School information, COVID-19 policies and guidelines, and key contact information.
Can't find what you're looking for? Feel free to contact your child's advisor, call our main office at 207-685-4914, or view the faculty and staff directory.
- July 22: Complete Magnus Health Systems Forms
- July 21: Fall Athletics and Afternoon Activities Information; Selection Form
- July 21: College Counseling Greetings - Class of 2023 Students and Families
- July 21: College Counseling Greetings - Class of 2022 Students and Families
- July 20: Introducing Orah at Kents Hill School
- July 15: Academic Update - Student Schedules, Course Selection, Summer Reading, AP Courses, Textbooks
- July 2: Back to School Guide Updated
- June 21: Greetings from Rene Davis, Assistant Head of School for Student Life
- June 18: COVID-19 Guidelines for the 2021-22 Academic Year
- June 1: New Students - Complete Advisor and Residential Survey
- June 1: New Parents/Guardians - Complete Advisor and Residential Life Survey
- June 1: Academic Course Selection for New Students
Back to School Guide
- When will I get my academic schedule?
- What is the process for changing classes?
- What classes are offered?
- What is the summer reading? Is there summer reading for the entire school or individual classes?
- Do I have summer assignments to complete? Or placement tests?
- Who are my teachers?
- How will I order textbooks?
- Do I need to bring my own school supplies?
- Do I need to bring my own laptop or desktop computer?
- What is the dress code?
- Where can I find the Student Handbook?
- What is the weather like?
- Who do I contact during the academic day or weekend if I need to get in touch with the school?
- What sports or activities are offered each season? How will I sign up?
- What is there to do on the weekends?
- Help! What do I do if I have a question that is not answered here?
School Calendar and Events
Kents Hill Contact Information
Christopher S. Cheney
Head of School
For Questions Related to the Student Experience
Associate Head of School for Student Life
For Questions Related to Travel and Student Life
Dean of Students
Assistant to the Dean of Students
For Questions Related to Academics
Dr. Ben Priest
Dean of Academics
For Questions Related to Health Services
Dr. Joe Fitzpatrick
Director of Health Services
For Questions Related to Visa and I-20
Admissions Office Manager
For Questions Related to Residential Life and Student Activities
Dean of Residential Life
For Questions Related to Finance and Contracts
CFO; Business Office
For Questions Related to Technology
Director of Technology
Kents Hill Today
- Local Picks
- Things to Do
As we move into one of the most beloved seasons in Vacationland (summer), we wanted to take a moment to share some of our favorite places with you. Whether you are just discovering Kents Hill and the wonders of Maine or if you are a long-term community member, we invite you to find a new favorite place for a bite to eat, be reminded of that family trip you wanted to take, or just learn something from our team. After all, shouldn’t everyone want to keep learning? We think so!
- Resources & Trends
- Core Values
- Female Leadership
- Life Lessons
Ask any athlete and they will be able to tell you, maybe even show you, their favorite t-shirt.
It might be the one they wore when they played their very best and now wear it for every game looking for the same results. It may be a souvenir from a big tournament. It could be a shirt handed down from a beloved teammate when they graduated or a sibling after their playing days had ended. We all have one or maybe two. I have two, one from the first time I played in the NCAA tournament and one from the last time. I am not sure why I hold onto them after 27 years, but I do.
- Leadership Insights
- Class of 2021
The in-person graduation ceremony for the Class of 2021 was a moment of catharsis and celebration for our entire community. After 15 months of COVID-19 policies which tested each of us in ways we have never been before, we were able to gather, give hugs, and see smiles. Tears were shed and joy was felt. We are not ready to stop celebrating, so for those who would like to continue alongside us, here are some of the top moments from the Commencement.
- News from The Hill