Councillors are pressing ahead with proposals to merge two schools.
A consultation into the plans for the schools in Deanwood Drive, Parkwood, Gillingham, was held between September and October last year.
The schools currently operate as one entity with one head teacher but are classified as two individual schools with their own budgets and Ofsted ratings.
Both schools – which have a combined register of around 610 pupils – are rated "good".
Only four responses were made to the proposals, three of which showed overwhelming support.
At a meeting of the council's cabinet on Tuesday, Cllr Howard Doe (Con), portfolio holder for housing and community services, who is also the ward councillor for the schools' area, said: "I think they will get certain economies of scale in the sense it will more truly reflect the position the schools are actually in on a day-to-day basis.
"They are on the same site, it makes a lot of sense for them to be amalgamated in this way. "
The decision will now lay in the hands of the council's director of children and adult services and Cllr Josie Iles, portfolio holder for children's services, who will approve proposals at the end of a statutory representation on Sunday, March 22, pending any objections being received.