Ms. Lamb says goodbye to KO

Now that the warm weather has returned, Language Department Chair, Latin and Classics teacher, and GSA faculty advisor Maureen Lamb can often be seen conducting her classes from the Adirondack chairs outside of Roberts. This location has been a favorite of Ms. Lamb’s throughout the year, although she only has a few more weeks to […]

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KO says farewell to Ms. Sahrbeck

As the resurgence of warm weather brings KO’s campus back to life, the anticipation for summer is mounting, and although many cannot wait for the break from school, it also signals change for the community. Even though KO must say farewell to faculty and staff every spring, this year marks an especially big goodbye as […]

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2022 and a new you? 

With January coming to a close, many may be thinking back to Jan. 1, and the New Year’s resolutions they chose to bring with them into 2022. Popular resolutions include fitness goals and spending more time with family, but do people really follow through with these resolutions, and is it healthy to go into the […]

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KO welcomes Dr. Cassidy

One of the newest additions to the Kingswood Oxford community is Upper School history teacher Dr. Gene Cassidy. This year, Dr. Cassidy teaches Global Cities and Modern World Studies; however, he hopes to teach more history electives in the future in order to share his passion with a wider group of KO students.  Dr. Cassidy […]

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Making a comeback: KO baseball returns to the field, takes down Marianapolis Prep in the season’s rivalry game

After a long-awaited return to play and a highly anticipated rematch against Marianapolis Prep, KO varsity baseball crushed the competition, shutting Marianapolis out 12-0 on Wednesday, May 12. A tough loss on Saturday, May 1, during which Marianapolis clinched the 5-4 win on a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh inning, left the […]

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