KO educates about equity

On Tuesday, Aug. 27, KO organized this year’s SPHERE event, hosting over 200 educators and cultivating discussion around how schools can better address hate and bias incidents. Founded in the 1970s, SPHERE is a consortium of independent schools in the Greater Hartford area that collaborates on programs dedicated to solving equity issues. Some of those […]

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Judge discusses American judicial system

On April 12, former public defender and current judge Tejas Bhatt visited the English 6 Doing Time: Prison Literature class to speak with students, answer questions, and share insight about America’s justice system. Students had the opportunity to gain a new perspective and a deeper level of understanding about the subject matter discussed during the […]

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Seniors join Cum Laude Society

On Monday, Feb. 25, at 6:00 p.m., the recipients of the Cum Laude honor and their families attended a ceremony and dinner, where the students received their pins and certificates, and listened to alumni speaker Ryan Cronin ’98. The Cum Laude Society is a private school society that recognizes the top 20 percent of the […]

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‘Chicago’ razzle dazzles audiences

On Friday, Feb. 24, at 2:00 p.m., KO’s cast for the winter musical performed “Chicago,” a tale of murder, treachery, and infidelity, that captured the attention of the entire school and took students on a journey following two protagonists, Roxy and Velma, in their pursuit for fame after getting away with murder. Also hosting shows […]

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SPACE fair is out of this world

On Friday, Jan. 25, from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. students and parents attended the Summer Programs & Career Exploration (SPACE) Fair in Mead Dining Hall to learn about and explore the various summer opportunities offered from a multitude of local and national organizations. More than 15 vendors greeted the student body, offering a variety […]

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Community celebrates MLK’s legacy

On Friday, Jan. 18, at 9:00 a.m., students and teachers celebrated the esteemed legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., coming together to listen to and appreciate various student voices on campus. Director of Diversity and Inclusion Joan Edwards said she wanted to do something different this year. “This school has traditionally had the MLK assembly […]

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