Student Experience



With more than 30 student-led clubs, activities, and leadership opportunities on campus, there's something for everyone!

  • Proctors
  • Peer Advisors
  • Student Council
  • The GROUP (Diversity, Equity, and Belonging)
  • Model United Nations and Debate
  • The S.L.O.T.H. (Social Listening On The Hill) Online Radio Station
  • The Kino-Pravda Documentary Society
  • Green Team
  • Yearbook
  • "Juxtapose" Literary Magazine
  • Film Making
  • Community Outreach
  • The Collective (Female-Identifying Students)
  • The Weekenders
  • Makerspace
  • Peer Tutors
  • Admissions Tour Guides
  • Honor Board
  • Language Lab
  • "The Kents Hill Insider" 
  • Female Fitness
  • National Honor Society
  • Black Student Union
  • Wood-Fired Community Oven On Campus
  • Cum Laude
  • Math Team
  • RC Cars
  • Knitting/Crocheting
  • School of Rock (Music) 
  • Bookstore 
  • Food Committee
  • The H.O.W.L. (Huskies On the Web Live)
  • And more! 

The Wood-Fired Community Oven On Campus club hosted its inaugural pizza cooking event at the end of January 2021. We're happy to say it will be the first of many (tasty) community events.

The Collective, Kents Hill School's female empowerment group presented during a faculty meeting this winter to help us better understand their needs and the changes they would like to see on campus and beyond.

The Green Team focuses on identifying and implementing recycling solutions on our campus. Recently, they started working on concepting signage for consistent messaging.
Fun at Kents Hill
Community Engagement

Everyone on our campus understands the importance of being an active part of the local and global community. We routinely mobilize our students and the whole of our Kents Hill community in actively making the world a better place through service and one of our Core Values: Altruism.

Community Engagement Opportunities

Together with our community partners, Kents Hill School proudly focuses on community engagement in our school and in our local community.

Please keep checking back here to learn about how you can get involved!

Easter/Spring Card Challenge

The following facilities welcome cards.

Gray Birch & Long Term Care: 37 Gray Birch Drive, Augusta, ME 04330
Hillside Terrace: 21 Warren St, Hallowell, ME 04347
Woodlands Senior Living of Hallowell: 152 Winthrop St, Hallowell, ME 04347
Captain Lewis Residence: 270 Maine Ave, Farmingdale, ME 04344

*Address generically and let nurses decide who needs a smile.

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