Faculty dogs on campus

Over the past month, there have been several new additions on campus: Dogs! Several faculty members have started to bring their dogs to campus, and the overall response from the KO community has been very positive, as most enjoy spending time with them whether to relieve stress or to simply spend time away from the […]

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Brenna Chiaputti returns to KO

This year, as school reopens in-person, Kingswood Oxford warmly welcomes Middle School Guidance Counselor Brenna Chiaputti to campus. Ms. Chiaputti originally worked at KO from 2005 to 2009 as a Middle School English teacher, but this year she returns as the new guidance counselor.  “Teaching allowed me to coach and to just be with kids,” […]

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KO Welcomes Duncan Sewall

This year, we are happy to welcome Spanish teacher Duncan Sewall to the Kingswood Oxford community.  Mr. Sewall teaches Middle School Spanish and coaches Middle School football. He earned his B.A. in government and in Spanish at Colby College. Currently, he is working toward his M.A. in Spanish from Middlebury College. Before joining the KO […]

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Swimming ends strong

The Middle School swim team had three meets this year, with an additional meet that was canceled. Their record was 3-0 for the girls and 0-3 for the boys since there was only one boy on the team. The team swam against teams that were larger in numbers and who had their own pools, which […]

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Dancers follow passions

Even though dance is not a sport offered at the KO Middle School, many students still decide to explore dance outside of school. Some of these students include eighth-graders Madi Oh, Olivia Dufresne-Achatz, Naisola Sarfo-Mensah, Bella Theodorou and Grace Deng. Each of these dancers began at a young age. Madi started to dance when she […]

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