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  • Benedictine

    Headquartered in Ridgely, Maryland and serving Caroline, Talbot, Queen Anne’s and Kent Counties, Benedictine was founded in 1959 by the sisters of St. Benedict as a residential and day school for children with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Benedictine’s Open Community Program, established in 1982, provides regional residential and vocational services for adults in Maryland and Delaware. Founded on the belief that people with disabilities should have the opportunity to live meaningful, productive lives, in communities of choice, Benedictine helps children and adults with disabilities reach their greatest potential without regard to race, color, national origin, or age. Benedictine’s values are dignity of work, hospitality and compassionate care.

    Contact: Scottq Evans
    14299 Benedictine Lane - Ridgely, MD 21660
    (p) 410-634-2112, (f) , Email
    www.benschool.org

  • Chesapeake College

    Contact: Clifford P. Coppersmith
    1000 College Circle, P.O. Box 8 - Wye Mills, MD 21679
    (p) 410-827-5236, (f) 410-827-5875, Email
    www.chesapeake.edu

  • Chestertown Christian Academy

    Contact: Joseph Baugher
    401 Morgnec Road - Chestertown, MD 21620
    (p) 410-778-5855, (f) 410-778-5104, Email
    www.chestertownchristian.org

  • Echo Hill Outdoor School

    Contact: Elizabeth (Betsy) McCown
    13655 Bloomingneck Road - Worton, MD 21678
    (p) 410-348-5880, (f) 410-348-2444, Email
    www.ehos.org

  • Gunston Day School, Inc.

    Contact: John Lewis
    911 Gunston Road, P.O. Box 200 - Centreville, MD 21617
    (p) 410-758-0620, (f) 410-758-0628, Email
    www.gunstondayschool.org

  • Horizons of Kent and Queen Anne’s

    Contact: Amy Crowding
    116 South Lynchburg Street - Chestertown, MD 21620
    Suite B
    (p) 410-778-9903, (f) , Email
    www.horizonskentqueenannes.org

  • Kent Community Breakfast Group (CBG)

    Local community thought group in search of the truth. Meets every Thursday morning at 7:30 A.M. at the holiday Inn in Chestertown, MD. Speakers weekly.

    Contact: John Sirna
    Rock Hall - , MD 21620
    (p) , (f) , Email
    www.kentCBG.org

  • Kent County Public Schools

    Contact: Dr. Karen Couch
    5608 Boundary Avenue - Rock Hall, MD 21661
    (p) 410-778-7137, (f) 410-778-2350, Email
    www.kent.k12.md.us

  • Kent School, Inc.

    Contact: Nancy Mugele
    6788 Wilkins Lane - Chestertown, MD 21620
    (p) 410-778-4100, (f) 410-778-7357, Email
    www.kentschool.org

  • Radcliffe Creek School

    Radcliffe Creek School is an independent day school for children ages 5 – 14 years of age who have a diagnosed learning disability or some other learning concern and who also have average to above-average intelligence.

    Contact: Jackie Payne
    201 Talbot Boulevard - Chestertown, MD 21620
    (p) 410-778-8150, (f) 410-778-8176, Email
    www.radcliffecreekschool.org

  • Team Unity Martial Arts

    Team Unity Martial Arts offers traditional martial arts training to students of all ages. In addition to learning self-defense and improving overall fitness and health, we also help members develop positive character traits that will make them more valuable assets to their community. We encourage our students to strive for success in every facet of their lives, and we guide our members in supporting and helping one another as a team should. Patty and Brian are the owner/instructors of the studio, and both have an extensive background in the martial arts and in education. They have a over 40 years of combined martial arts experience, and over 25 years of experience in teaching students of all ages.

    Contact: Brian McNemar
    818 High St. - Chestertown, MD 21620
    Ste. 6
    (p) (410) 929-3491, (f) , Email
    (410) 929-3491

  • University of Maryland Extension, Kent County

    University of Maryland Extension is a partnership among the U. S. Department of Agriculture, land-grant universities and local governments in each state. Faculty and staff of University of Maryland Extension (UME) provide research-based information, educational programs and services on a variety of subjects: Agriculture, Nutrient Management, Family and Consumer Science, 4-H Youth Development, Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP), Animal Science, and Horticulture.

     

    The University of Maryland, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources programs are open to all and will not discriminate against anyone because of race, age, sex, color, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, religion, ancestry, or national origin, marital status, genetic information, or political affiliation, or gender identity and expression.

    Contact: Dr. Paul Rickert
    709 Morgnec Road, Suite 202 - Chestertown, MD 21620
    (p) 410-778-1661, 4-H, Agriculture, Home Gardening, Nutrition & Healthy Living, (f) 410-810-5949, Email
    www.kent.umd.edu

  • Washington College



    Washington College is passionate about providing you a truly personalized education, one that tests and stretches the limits of your talents and potential. Our intensely personal approach to undergraduate education is sufficiently distinctive to attract the notice of the national media.
    Contact: Lisa Moody

    Contact: Lisa Moody
    300 Washington Avenue - Chestertown, MD 21620
    (p) 410-810-7427, 410-699-0251q, (f) 410-810-7108, Email
    www.washcoll.edu

  • Wye River Upper School

    Wye River Upper School is a non-profit, Maryland, independent high school for grades 9 – 12. We serve bright students bound for college and post-secondary education, with dyslexia, ADHD, ADD, and other unique learning styles. Our students are from all five Mid-Shore counties and Anne Arundel, Prince George’s and Howard Counties.

    Contact: Chrissy Aull
    316 S. Commerce Street - Centreville, MD 21617
    (p) 410-758-2922, (f) 410-758-2919, Email
    www.wyeriverupperschool.org