of 3rd graders develop and perform
an original play each year
Turning Inquiry into Insight
for Infinite Growth
No Two the Same
Faculty Who Love to Learn
and Live to Teach
An Open Community with
Character at its Core
of 3rd graders develop and perform
Laptop Leaders: students testing
new technologies for learning
of students have access
to global travel
Student Clubs across our three campuses
Four Houses, One School:
a community for students
Athletic Team Championships
varieties of fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs
are grown, harvested and enjoyed by students
MKA’s students are the foundation of the school. Their talents and interests are nurtured, and they are empowered to achieve their maximum potential by participating in the wide array of opportunities available to them in a diverse, respectful and inclusive environment. Here are some of their voices.
Parents are an integral part of the MKA community. Their active involvement is welcomed throughout the institution and their contributions help to enrich the MKA educational experience and the life of the school. Here are some of their voices.
MKA’s faculty is committed, enthusiastic and deeply engages in their work with the students. They are not only experts in their fields of study, but also in how they take creative and individualized approaches to working with students and with each other. They are learners who collaborate and work deliberately and persistently to create a collegial and collaborative atmosphere. Here are some of their voices.
MKA’s Alumni play a vital role in today's MKA. They are the link to MKA's heritage and the key to MKA's future. What begins here does not end here. Here are some of their voices.
MKA Upper School students shine at the 12th Chinese Bridge Speech Contest for U.S. High School Students!
James Tsatsaros is chosen to participate in The New Jersey Governor's School in the Sciences!
Jared Brunner and Shaurya Salwan are accepted into the NJ Scholars program!
DiVincenzo To Name Park Track After MKA's Tom Fleming
MKA students win the New Jersey 11th Annual Chinese Cultural Project Contest!
It is with deep sadness that Montclair Kimberley Academy announces the sudden and tragic loss of Tom Fleming, beloved teacher and coach. Tom died of an apparent heart attack while coaching his team at a meet on Wednesday, April 19 in Verona. He was 65. An integral part of our school's community, Tom had been at MKA for 18 years, most recently holding the position of fourth grade teacher and the varsity boys and girls Head Coach in cross-country and track and field.
PAMKA Hosts a Night to Remember
MKA's GSA Holds Its Annual "Night of Noise" Fundraiser For GLSEN !
Congratulations to Tom Fleming on Receiving the Mercier Club's Monsignor Edward J. Larkin Award of Distinction
MKA'S SHEA HAMMOND HEADS TO US PARALYMPIC MENS NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM CAMP
MKA's Upper School Musical "Guys and Dolls" Wows Audiences!
The Parents' Association of Montclair Kimberley Academy Proudly Hosted a Lecture and Discussion with Noted Civil Rights Attorney & Author Bryan Stevenson
PAMKA's Parenting Workshops 2017 were a huge success!
Congratulations to MKA Sixth Graders who starred in "The Witches"
Don't Miss Your Chance To See This Year's Musical 'Guys and Dolls!'
Register now for PAMKA Parenting Workshops 2017!
Join us on March 8th for a lecture and discussion with social justice and human rights advocate Bryan Stevenson!
MKA's 2017 Student vs. Faculty Charity Basketball Game is a Huge Success
Join the MKA History Department who on February 9th will host "Believing in a Sacred Planet: How Religious Groups and Environmentalists are Working Together to Save the Earth," an evening with Martin Palmer
Join us on January 25th for a panel discussion featuring Jay Nordlinger and Lynn Sherr, moderated by Duncan Currie '00!
PAMKA's Blood Drive was a great success!
MKA Blauvelt recipients share the results of their work with their colleagues
PAMKA's 2016 "Book Fair Wilderness...Get Lost in a Book" was a Huge Success!