Kensington Hall

A Private Middle School for Boys in Southeast Michigan

We believe in the power of faith, intellectual values, service, community and responsibility in an atmosphere of wise freedom. Founded in 2002, Kensington Hall has created a 21st century Montessori-inspired program that meets the varied developmental needs of our young gentlemen. Adolescent boys benefit from opportunities to exercise every day; work with peers; lead and follow classmates; learn by doing; develop socially in an environment that reinforces brotherhood, kindness, and accountability; and experience mystery through the lens of our Catholic faith and our relationship with God.

Steeped in years of gender-based research on how boys learn best, Kensington Hall’s intentional design is informed by educational research, on-going evaluation, and the Goals and Criteria of a Sacred Heart education. Our curriculum develops boys who are comfortable as leaders, critical thinkers, innovators, communicators and problem solvers. Our graduates are distinguished by a life-long love of learning, a sense of hope, and a plan to use their gifts to make the world better. 

Kensington Hall students are challenged by ideas and experiences designed to develop self confidence, intellectual curiosity, perseverance, responsibility, and a heart for service. The school’s proximity to the Middle School for Girls also allows a unique opportunity to safely guide the social development of both the boys and the girls.  Over the course of four years, students learn to advocate for themselves both inside and outside of the classroom.

KH Students

Kensington Hall

Kim Davidson
KH Director
248-646-8900 x301

School Hours

7:45 a.m. - 3:10 p.m., Monday - Friday