Senior Farewell: Conor Caneday

Taking notes at games and interviewing coaches on the sidelines, senior Conor Caneday has been an integral part of the KO News sports section for the past three years.  Conor has worked as an associate sports writer with his own column writing about alumni athletes. “My favorite memory was getting to interview Isaiah Wright,” Conor […]

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New year, same Wyverns

2020 really dropped the ball. Now it’s 2021, and members of the KO community are hoping to leave the craziness that was last year behind. Wyverns have made their New Year’s resolutions and are beginning their flight to success. Many Wyverns have New Year’s resolutions relating to mental health and positivity. The pandemic and a […]

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First-time voters at KO

In the 2020 election, Generation Z and Millennials had the numbers to make up 40% of the vote, with over four million Americans turning 18 just in time to take part in the election process. Members of Kingswood Oxford’s Class of 2020 and Class of 2021 fell into this first-time voter category. Did these Wyverns […]

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¡Bienvenida, Señora Crowley!

The KO community extends a warm welcome to the newest addition to the Modern Language program, Spanish teacher Tricia Crowley.  Ms. Crowley discovered her passion for Spanish when she was young. “I was really fortunate to have Spanish in my elementary school,” Ms. Crowley said. “I don’t remember not knowing Spanish.” Ms. Crowley’s Spanish education […]

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Founders League schools go online

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Kingswood Oxford made the choice to remain online for the remainder of the semester. KO students have all become accustomed to the new way of life with online school, but what about students at other Founders League institutions? Hotchkiss, Miss Porter’s School, Avon Old Farms, Choate Rosemary Hall, and Loomis […]

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