South Kent building growing on the former Arno Farm

A rendering of the buildings planned at the South Kent School’s Center for Innovation on the former Arno Farm property. The Community Building is expected to be completed by this fall. Image Submitted

KENT — The South Kent School is moving ahead quickly with plans for converting the former Arno Farm into an educational complex it will call the Center for Innovation (CFI).

Head of School Andrew Vadnais and Associate Head of School and Director of the CFI Richard Chavka shared an update last week with The Lakeville Journal.

For the boys boarding school, it’s clear that the project is as much about building the foundations of 21st century education as it is about building new facilities.

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