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Where in the world are our Huskies?

Where in the world are our Huskies?

Over the summer, our Huskies did some pretty amazing things. They worked, traveled, learned, taught, and explored. Soon, they will return to campus with new knowledge, stories and experiences to share with their fellow Huskies. We can't wait to see what they do next!

Check out some of the incredible things our students and faculty did over the summer:

Will P. '25, volunteered on the Hallowell Wheat Paste Climate Resilience project. Will helped with set up, wall prep, installation, documentation and clean up. The mural will remain installed until October in downtown Hallowell Maine.​​​​​

Azriel W. '24, got creative at summer camps put on by the University of Illinois and Missouri Institute of Art and Design.

Mr. Miller, our Environmental Studies Teacher, spent his summer hiking along the Appalachian Trail! On June 17, he started his trek at Springer Mountain in Georgia, and by early August he had completed the first leg of his journey. We are so excited to have him back on campus to hear stories of his travels.

Zach B. '24 spent part of his summer break as a counselor at the Maine School of Science and Mathematics summer camp. Using skills and knowledge learned at Kents Hill, Zach taught rocketry, coached sports, and even went storm chasing.​​​​

Ms. Tracey, our Director of College Counseling, spent time earning her yoga teacher training, while Mr. Badilla Lopez, our Spanish Languages teacher, visited Muscle Beach to train with the best bodybuilders in the world. When they returned to Maine, they picked 15 lbs. of strawberries at nearby Stevenson’s Farm!

Alumna Chelsea G. '23 spent two weeks in Europe visiting friends she met at Kents Hill School. She explored Germany, Belgium and France with Dorothee K., Lena O., and Johanna S. As if her trip couldn’t get any better – Chelsea met Greta Thunberg on the train!

Rowan W. '26, traveled to Sweden and Finland, and played in an ice hockey tournament called The Lions Cup with the U15 team. The team won bronze and Rowan had the second most points in the tournament for her age group. We love watching our student athletes strengthen their skills over the summer – can’t wait to see you on the ice this year, Rowan!

Ms. Eaton, our Director of Global and Experiential Learning, spent two weeks exploring Croatia, Bosnia and Switzerland. We can't wait to see what travel ideas she has for our students!

John R. '26, had a busy summer! He celebrated the release of two films that he acted in. “The Outlaws,” debuted on Netflix, starring Adam Devine, Nina Dobrev, Pierce Brosnan and Ellen Barkin. John played the role of Aaron. His second feature was in “All That Neverwas,” a short film created by Colin Hodgin. Congratulations, John!

Mr. Chabot, our English Department Chair, completed his Master's Degree this summer! He studied Literature and Creative Writing for Educators for three years. Along with reading books and writing papers, he also had the chance to create his own graphic stories, which was new to him and a fun learning experience. Congratulations, Mr. Chabot! We're excited to see how you apply your new knowledge in class this year.

Over the summer, Owen T. '24, participated in the Regional Marblehead Festival of the Arts photography exhibit. His photograph "Fine Dining" was awarded Best of Show for black and white photography.

Owen also took a portfolio building class at Acorn Gallery in Marblehead, learning to draw and paint models with different mediums. We can't wait to see what you create during your senior year, Owen!

Teddy A. '25, went on a trip with Rustic Pathways. Here's the story of his trip, in his own words: My name is Teddy, and over the summer, I went on a trip called Off the Map: Alaska, hosted by Rustic Pathways. Rustic Pathways is a travel group that brings kids together from across the world and challenges them physically and mentally to step out of their comfort zone, and pushes them to strive. For two weeks, I lived in cramped tents in uncomfortable conditions, trying new challenges like ice climbing, backpacking, and rafting.

Being from Colorado, I have always had an appreciation for nature and the outdoors. This trip made me grow a deeper appreciation for nature and its beauty. Alaska is a beautiful part of the United States, with so much untapped and long lasting beauty. I saw mountains unlike anything I’ve seen before, glaciers that span miles and miles, incredible wildlife, and made memories to last a lifetime. There are not enough words to describe how much this trip changed me. The physical and mental challenges, combined with the absolutely astonishing natural beauty, made Off the Map: Alaska the perfect trip for me.