Senior Farewell: Keira Sullivan

For the past three years, senior Keira Sullivan has brought her creativity, leadership, and commitment to the KO News staff!  Keira’s journey as a journalist began in the fall of her sophomore year when she took English Department Chair Catherine Schieffelin’s beloved journalism class. Keira then joined the staff as an Associate Features Editor, and […]

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Camp Merriwood, a Hild family tradition

Each May, the festivities of Cup Day, Senior Week, and Commencement remind the KO community that summer is on the horizon. After saying our farewells in June, KO students and teachers all embark on unique journeys during these cherished three months, whether it be traveling, building friendships, chasing adventure, playing sports, or reconnecting with nature. […]

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Unique Perspectives on the College Process

As the Class of 2023 is approaching the finish line of their senior fall, college is the buzzword flying through every hallway, advisee group, and family conversation. KO students fall into many categories: student-athletes, artists, adventurers, go-getters, and more. “We truly believe that the student is the prize, not the college,” Director of College Counseling […]

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KO Happily Welcomes Mr. Harris

by Ava Cashman ’24 Kingswood Oxford is thrilled to welcome Upper School mathematics teacher Ryan Harris to the KO community this year! Mr. Harris brings his passion for math along with seven years of teaching experience and an extensive background in engineering and mathematics. Mr. Harris received his Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Union […]

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Ms. Repp reflects on retirement

It’s not very often that, at a school with just 75 teachers, one would find two middle school teachers with the same last name: Repp. While this is only a minor coincidence, it is bound to create some confusion. The solution? Each teacher has their own moniker. This fortuitous coincidence gave Middle School math teacher […]

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