Baker belts out

History teacher and Crimson 7 director David Baker has been singing his whole life and continues to pursue this passion at KO. Mr. Baker began singing choir in elementary school and started studying classical voice lessons in the ninth grade. He also started a capella in the ninth grade at Conard High School and sang in […]

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The mystery of KO art revealed

As you walk around KO, you can notice many unique and fascinating art pieces. Walking up or down the stairs of Seaverns, you can notice the metal Wyvern sculpture. Or walking around Roberts, you can notice intriguing paintings of certain individuals as well as many wooden plaques. Walking into Roberts Theater, you can see the […]

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Senior poetry walk

Students in the English 6 Fall Elective Poetry class, Keats to Kanye, studied the works of Wallace Stevens by taking a peaceful and educational walk through Hartford. Throughout the course, the class studies the works of nine poets, as well as the works of many rappers. One renowned American poet that they have recently studied […]

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AP Music Theory

AP Music Theory allows students the opportunity gain a deep and rigorous understanding of what makes music music. At KO, creative arts teacher Wayne Pierce teaches the class. “The class teaches them how music is notated, it’s melody, it teaches them to be able to look at music and understand its composition. The overall goal […]

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