With more than 20 student-led clubs, activities, and leadership opportunities on campus, there's something for everyone!
- Student Council
- First Robotics
- The GROUP (Diversity, Equity, and Belonging)
- Model United Nations and Debate
- The SLOTH (Social Listening On The Hill) Online Radio Station
- Green Team
- "Juxtapose" Literary Magazine
- SPECTRUM (LGBTQ+)
- The Collective (Female-Identifying Students)
- Peer Tutors
- Admissions Tour Guides
- Honor Board
- Female Fitness Club
- National Honor Society
- Wood-Fired Community Oven Club
- Cum Laude Society
- School of Rock Club (Music)
- Food Committee
- HOWL (Huskies On the Web Live)
- And more!
Club Feature: The Collective
Club Feature: Community Oven
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.
Traditions & Weekends
Ring the Bell
What's that you hear? It's the bell of historic Bearce Hall - constructed in 1873 - ringing loud and clear across campus to celebrate team victories, commencement exercises, the birth of a child, and more.
The first week of school is affectionately known as "Connections Week." Freshmen stay at Kents Hill to discover our rich traditions and rituals; Sophomores visit Rangely Lake State Park to hike, bike, and swim; Juniors stay at a lakeside summer camp; while Seniors and Postgraduates head north for a guided whitewater rafting trip.
Names in the Bell Tower
Bearce Hall's iconic golden bell tower does more than house the bell, it's home to the signature of every single Kents Hill School student who attended Freshmen Class Projects, during which they also write a ...
Letter to Your Future Self
What will you do over the next four years? Who will you become? Where will this journey take you? Freshmen contemplate these questions while writing letters to themselves. The letters are signed and sealed with a custom wax stamp to be delivered back to the student the day before graduation.
Set in Stone
When a student leaves Kents Hill for their next great adventure, a piece of them always remains here. Each student's name is engraved on a brick that runs along Alumni Walkway from central campus to the Bibby and Harold Alfond Dining Commons.
The best way to describe Winter Carnival is to see it. Six color teams battle it out during a week of zany competitions, tasks, and challenges. Past themes have included "Inner Child," "Twilight Zone," and "Endless Summer" and "Kents Hill Heroes." We are looking forward to seeing who will earn the top spot in 2023?