[Kent School] Kent School, in Kent, Connecticut, offers a scholarship for a student applying from an Episcopal school who has been nominated by the head of school. Up to a full scholarship is available based on financial need. A merit scholarship is available and provides an award of half the cost of attending Kent.
The qualifications for the Episcopal Schools scholarships include high academic standing and potential, good character, demonstrated ability in extracurricular activities and/or athletics, and service to others. Applicants must be from schools that are members of the National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES).
Founded in 1906 in the tradition of the Episcopal Church by the Reverend Frederick H. Sill, OHC, Kent School is a college preparatory school located in northwestern Connecticut. The school is a co-ed boarding and day school with an enrollment of 560 students from across the United States and from all over the world. With its excellent academic programs, enriching offerings in the arts, competitive athletic teams and spirited student body, Kent prepares young people for the most prestigious colleges and universities.
For additional information the scholarship, please contact the school’s admissions office via the below-listed telephone number or e-mail address. To learn more about the school, visit its website.