Point Guard Loren Brill in the Nov. 13 game against Redemption Christian Academy. LMW photo 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 […]

Captain Chris Watts makes his move toward the goal against Kent School, Oct. 7. SKS won, 3-1. Photo courtesy of South Kent School 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 […]

Photo courtesy of South Kent School. Selects U-16 American hockey team finds success

By Corson Sundquist, contributing writer The start of the new 2014-15 season started off pretty well for the Selects U-16 American team. The American team has 6 returning players from last year’s team, therefore there are a lot of new faces in the locker room. Through the first 5-6 weeks of the season, the team […]

Chao 'Jack' Huang, a sixth former, makes his way around a Christian Heritage opponent during the HVAL finals. Photo courtesy of South Kent School Varsity Soccer wins three-peat championship

By Zach Schullery, Contributor As defending HVAL champions, the South Kent Varsity Soccer team tasted sweet victory this season when it captured its third championship. The team finished the regular season with a record of 10 wins, 0 losses, and 2 ties. The final game against Christian Heritage was an intense contest between the top […]

Prep Soccer's Matias Correa, a post-grad, gets ahead of Rivers School during the playoffs. Photo courtesy of South Kent School. Prep Soccer takes sixth NE title

By Mr. Anthony Camardi, special contributor After a long season, riddled with injury, travel, and 220 minutes and two penalty kick shootouts on the final weekend, South Kent came out on top to take the title. This championship was the fourth in five years and sixth out of eight years that South Kent has reigned supreme […]

Student writers learn at symposium

Compiled By Staff Writers Students on the staff of the Cardinal News Network, members of the fall Writing Activity and members of the Analytical and Creative Writing classes got to hear advice from professional writers and journalists during the eighth annual High School Journalism Symposium held at Norwalk Community College. Thirteen South Kent School students […]

The Great Pumpkin Guess allows bicycle purchases

By Kyoung Hoon Kim, Staff Reporter A Pumpkin Weight Guessing Contest was held Nov. 4-5 and was won by Fourth Former Shiqi Hu. The large pumpkin was grown by faculty member Mr. Mark Berghold. He gave it to the school and it was decided to hold a weight-guessing contest, so students could try to figure […]

Students enjoy Mid-Autumn Festival meal

By Kun Hyeon Park, Staff Writer Many of the Asian international students celebrated the Mid-Autumn Festival at the Shanghai Restaurant by having food that reminded them of their family and country. Shanghai Restaurant served the course dishes Sept 27, and 42 students gathered in the restaurant to enjoy the food. Hansen Ding, a Fifth Former, […]

Call to Adventure offers challenges

By Sanghyun Han, staff writer For those who don’t know what is Call to Adventure, it is South Kent’s outdoor program formed to help students understand themselves and appreciate the gorgeous nature around the campus. The main activities of the program are rock climbing, hiking, snowshoeing, tree planting, overnight camping and structure building. Mr. Stan […]

Hundreds visit campus for Megapalooza

By Hansen Ding, staff writer For the first time in recent history, South Kent School got to host the first social activity of the year and it was called Megapalooza. Many of the single-sex schools were invited to attend and an estimated 400 students were on the campus on Sep. 19. “Megapalooza” was a combination […]

New animals join Sustainable Agriculture

Video by Matt Allen, CFI Embedded Journalism Students got their hands right in the dirt again this Spring Term during the Center for Innovation course on Sustainable Agriculture on the North Campus, also known as the farm. The CFI farm welcomed pigs and goats to join the chickens and oxen living there. Laying hens, Plymouth […]

Lots of project ideas investigated by Entrepreneurship class

Video and Text Article by Aziz Essa, CFI Embedded Journalism The spring the Entrepreneurship course saw many diverse and creative project ideas, that if executed and put to action, could legitimately make money. Students worked in groups of of three to four. Some of the project ideas were for a campus movie theater, food delivery men, and snack […]

Embedded Journalism students report on other classes

Video by Haocheng Shi, CFI Embedded Journalism Students in the Spring Term CFI classes saw fellow students following them around and recording what was happening. Those student journalists were part of the Embedded Journalism class and they learned how to produce short documentary videos by reporting what was going on at the Center For Innovation courses. […]