Prep Soccer looks to crush biggest rival Berkshire

Today’s game should determine national champion Compiled from Staff Reports The 29 have shown tremendous effort – even this week they had early morning practices in the pouring rain – and today SKS will see the results of their preparation. The game is at 3 p.m. at home on Father’s Field. SKS Prep Soccer is […]

Practices increase for Prep Basketball

By Junhee Han, Staff Reporter This year the Prep Basketball players are practicing hard, even after study hall. Many of them go to the gym to improve their skills shooting and handling the ball. There are 14 players, and three returners became captains, Jared Whitt, Malachi de Sousa and Anthony Nelson. Coach Bill Barton is […]

AMG launches South Kent Sports Corner this year

AMG offers a look at South Kent’s sports teams this fall, featuring commentator Sam Spagnolo, a sixth former, with Mr. Anthony Camardi, who is the AMG Coordinator on the faculty. Third Former Masen Morgan is one of the new members of the AMG team. This was originally broadcast live Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017.

Prep Basketball launches into new season

By Hansen Ding and Sanghyun Han, Staff Reporters South Kent School got the chance to hold its first Prep Basketball home game of the season Nov. 13 versus Redemption Christian Academy. It was an amazing game and South Kent School easily got the victory with the score of 115 to 57. Elijah Hughes put on a […]

Prep Soccer ranked tops in nation

Editor’s Note:  The SKS Prep Soccer team won the Class B New England Championship on Sunday, Nov. 22 in a match against Lawrence Academy. By Kyoung Hoon Kim, staff writer The South Kent Prep Soccer team became the best team in the nation, following its series of games in Chicago. The team has a great record with […]

Creating eco-friendly soaps in new CFI class

Video and Text By Dane Quest Mrs. Brennan spearheaded a unique Fall Term CFI class for South Kent School students in the upper forms, who share a passion for learning about and creating eco-friendly products. Twice a week, the class would gather to discuss and investigate ways they can positively impact their daily lives and […]

Students learn history through boat restoration

Video and Text Article by Michael Gebhardt In the Boat Restoration CFI class, the upper form students spent the Fall Term working on restoring an old wooden crew boat. The first step in restoring the boat is washing down the bottom of the boat. The boat had been sitting in the shed for many years […]

Students interact with animals in Sustainable Agriculture

Video and Text Article by Henry Kinosian In Sustainable Agriculture, taught by Mr. Dan Hayhurst, not only are students taught inside the classroom, but they get to learn outdoors — including on the North Campus farm — introducing a new learning experience and environment for everyone. The upper form class also teaches environmental and social […]

Forest becomes CFI classroom

Video and Text Article by Shane Hauck Sustainable Forestry is an outside CFI class taught by Mr. Vylet. During this class, the upper form students hike through the woods and help tend to the natural surroundings of the SKS campus. “The goal of this class is to get students outdoors and into the forests hoping […]

Chefs slice and dice their path to sustainable future

Video and text article by Zach Schrock Sustainable Cooking, taught by Mr. Phil Darrin, is a course that South Kent School offers as a CFI that teaches students about the art of cooking and the importance of sustainability within cooking in today’s society. Through the use of movies, personal instruction, and allowing the boys to […]

SKS family welcomes Mr. Kevin Benz

By Yuhao “Howard” Li, Staff Reporter Although this year is Mr. Kevin Benz’s first year teaching at South Kent, he has already won the favor of many students. “I feel that Mr. Benz is going to be my favorite teacher this year,” said Hunter Kochiss, a fifth former students from connecticut. “He is a young […]

Music and CdNN staff visit Yale on field trip

By CdNN staff Students in the Cardinal News writing activity and the Music program were able to experience a unique field trip earlier this month. The students took a took a trip Oct. 4 to Yale University in New Haven, CT. The first activity the group experienced was attending a chamber music concert. The high-level […]

Disciplinary changes bring back hours

By Mohammed Al-Shatti, Staff Reporter Students returned to campus this year to face a new disciplinary system that incorporates working off hours for missing certain commitments. Any student who missed a chapel or assembly will have to end up working one hour for each commitment they’ve missed, whether it’s doing dishwash or working with Mr. Chavka […]