Wednesday, August 21, 2019


Golf hits the green

On April 23, the varsity golf team traveled to New Haven Country Club to face Hamden Hall Country Day School, where they were unable to pull off the victory, losing 203-215. On April 24, the Wyverns traveled to Taft School to face Kent School and Taft School. They lost 419-451 and 393-451 respectively. “This wasn’t […]


Farewell, Herrera

by David Shi ’22 While math teacher David Herrera has only taught at Kingswood Oxford for two years, he has played a huge role in the community as an educator and as a passionate coach for the JV field hockey and baseball teams. Now, sadly for us, he will be venturing onto a different path […]


‘A Little Night Music’ proves to be a lot of fun

“A Little Night Music,” the final concert for Kingswood Oxford’s orchestras and bands, took place on Friday, April 26, with performances by the Middle School and Upper School orchestras in Alumni Hall, followed by the Upper School Jazz Combo, Concert Band, and Chamber Ensembles performing in Roberts Theater. Organized by Upper School Creative Arts Department Chair […]


Mrs. Levine retires after three decades of teaching

After over 30 years of a successful teaching career at KO, Middle School English teacher Lynne Levine bids farewell to all the wonderful memories, relationships, and connections she has made during her time here, as she plans a retirement dedicated to service and family. Mrs. Levine attended the University of Michigan where she received her […]


Hartford Baking Company Serves Good, Gooey, Gourmet Grilled Cheese

by Charlie Coxon ’19 As a forewarning to the reader, I really love goat cheese. It’s an acquired taste, the pungent sweetness of the mush. I love it for its flavor, its texture, and its sophistication. I revel in few things more than some goat cheese on crackers. On the complete opposite end of the […]

In the Middle

Swimming ends strong

The Middle School swim team had three meets this year, with an additional meet that was canceled. Their record was 3-0 for the girls and 0-3 for the boys since there was only one boy on the team. The team swam against teams that were larger in numbers and who had their own pools, which […]


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