Welcome, Alumni!

For over 50 years, Kenston has served generations of students as they pursued excellence. As alumni, you are a part of a special group of people. We encourage you to reach out, stay connected, and share your experiences with us.

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50th Anniversary

We love to see alumni and their families when they visit Kenston Forest School!

Take a look at our calendar on the website to check for the date of Homecoming and plan on being there to reunite with classmates and teachers!  Also visit our Facebook pages.

Click here and see what great things are happening at KFS!

Please contact me with Alumni news that you would like to see on our Facebook page and website! Hope to see and hear from you soon!!!


Patricia Gulmatico Mahaney, Director of Community Relations

(KFS Class of 1992, married to an alumnus Class of 1993, and mother of two daughters Class of 2021 and 2023)

KFS Alumni News:

Dr. Jed Vanichkachorn, KFS Class of 1987 – This week at Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital, Dr. Jed S. Vanichkachorn (left) completed the first ExcelsiusGPS Navigated Robotic Spine Case in the world using pre-op CT. St. Mary’s Hospital is one of only four hospitals in the U.S., and the only one in the Southeast, to have this cutting-edge technology to perform minimally-invasive spine surgery. The ExcelsiusGPS platform technology is designed to increase patient safety and the accuracy of minimally invasive spine surgery and minimize radiation exposure, among other benefits. The hospital is training additional surgeons to perform these procedures with this technology, which is designed to optimize patient recovery.

Randy Holmes, KFS Class of 1975 – Click here.

Clay Huff, Class of 2012, and Kayleigh Lawson, Class of 2013, students at Christopher Newport University, were mentioned in the keynote speaker’s address at the CNU Honors Convocation ceremony. Watch the video here: https://lifesize.cnu.edu/videos/video/2036/in/featured/  You can start the video around 40 minutes into the ceremony so you can understand why they were mentioned.