Welcome to the Kent Place Blogosphere!

We are excited to have you connect with us via our school blogs.  Come learn more about our programs and experience being part of the Kent Place community in this unique way.  All our blogs are available in the navigation bar above.

Think Literacy – Joanne Emery, Primary School English Language Arts Coordinator shares resources with parents to encourage reading and writing at home.

Econ Life – The perfect website for anyone interested in economics and its connection to everyday life. Written by students, faculty and alumnae, the current events blog, Ask Alexa advice column and Perspectives slide shows have a following in over 100 countries. Econlife.com is run under the guidance of economics teacher Elaine Schwartz.

Let’s Talk – Sometimes simple, often complex, ethical decision-making involves a process and a result. By focusing on issues that relate to science, politics, economics and beyond, Let’s Talk, hopes to engage our students, educators and parents in an honest, thoughtful, respectful dialog that echoes the process of making ethical decisions. Our goal? As each of us becomes accustomed to contemplating the ethics of various issues, we will adopt an ethical perspective as a part of our everyday lives.  Not open to the public, only available to Kent Place Community through MyKPS.

Bioethics Project – The culminating work of Kent Place students involved in a research program developed by The Hastings Center, an internationally recognized institute for the study of bioethics, and the Ethics Institute at Kent Place, a leader in high school ethics education. The Bioethics Project is an interdisciplinary program that bridges subjects such as science, philosophy, critical reading and writing, history and politics.

Global Education – Follow along with the Kent Place community and learn more about ways global education is enriching our curriculum.  Or follow along with the experiences of our students as share posts that document their experiences abroad.

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