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The Next 100 Years Campaign Is Transforming

Our Campus

How Our Teachers Teach

How Our Students Learn

The Next 100 Years Campaign is complete!

Thank you, Kent Denver alumni, for helping us reach (and exceed) our goals.


“There comes a time in the history of any school where a choice must be made: to maintain the status quo, or to boldly pursue greater things for students, families, and the community it serves. For Kent Denver that time is now, and I am proud that we have chosen to be bold.” – Rand Harrington, Head of School

Over the course of three years, Kent Denver transformed over 100,000 square feet of teaching and learning spaces, launch the Kent Denver Institutes, and significantly increase our endowment. The Next 100 Years Campaign empowered us to change the way students learn and grow as they prepare to succeed in a rapidly changing world.

One of those new spaces—built with your support—is the Alumni Courtyard, which bridges the generations while also bridging the space between Chenery Theater and the former Upper School Building. Moving forward, students will be reminded of our proud history as they gather in the Courtyard before Commencement and afterward as faculty receive them there and welcome them into the alumni ranks. And as they meet in the Courtyard for class or simply sit and study, students are inspired to leave their own legacy.

Alumni donors to The Next 100 Years Campaign received recognition on a brick, paver or bench in the Courtyard. Although the Campaign has officially concluded, if you're interested in a brick or other recognition opportunity in the Courtyard, contact Elyse Rudolph, Director of Alumni Relations.

Campus Transformation At A Glance