Saturday, April 20, 2019

Features

Terrific TV Shows Trending at Kingswood Oxford

Riverdale. On My Block. The Flash. Game of Thrones. You. Queer Eye. Big Mouth. Stranger Things. Sex Education. The Bachelor. Orange is the New Black. Keeping up with the Kardashians. The Good Place. Arrow. Grey’s Anatomy. The Office. South Park. This Is Us. The Vampire Diaries. The Umbrella Academy. Family Guy. Modern Family. Parks and […]

Arts

Deep Dive into Portfolio Prep

The Portfolio Prep art class, taught by creative arts teachers Scott McDonald and Greg Scranton, allows form five and six students the freedom to pursue different mediums of art. In addition, all of the finished pieces from the year are documented so they can be sent to colleges. Over the past five years, the class […]

News

2019 Symposium author: Sarah Ruhl

Since its founding in 1983, the Warren Baird English Symposium at Kingswood Oxford has maintained a steady stream of outstanding authors, poets, and playwrights, with the likes of Richard Wilbur, Gwendolyn Brooks, Jonathan Safran Foer and, just last year, Colson Whitehead, gracing the Roberts Theater stage. This year’s Symposium author, playwright Sarah Ruhl, is no […]

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Reflection

News Day always began promptly at school at 8:00 a.m., but I was in New York City on this particular Sunday, so I woke up at 5:30 a.m. to make it happen.If you had told me I would have to do this three years ago, I would have looked at you in disbelief. I originally […]

In the Middle

School limits phone use

Throughout the current eighth-graders’ three years at Kingswood Oxford, the Middle School has seen two directors and various rule changes, both minor and major. From 2010 until 2017 math teacher and Director of Teaching and Learning Mrs. Jane Repp was the director of the Middle School Since Director of Middle School Ms. Ann Sciglimpaglia, also […]

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