Schork’s Schark Tank

On Friday, Jan.11, Spanish teacher Lynn Schork’s Spanish 5AP class held their own version of the TV show ‘Shark Tank.’ Ms. Schork created, what her students like to call, Schork Tank when the TV Show first aired and it has developed into a very realistic project. “I have really tweaked and changed it into a […]

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MUN to Yale

On Thursday, Jan. 20, KO students attended Yale’s annual Model United Nations conference. Model UN advisor Stacey Savin brought along 37 students who participated in various committees. “Yale hosts a 4 day conference every single year, and the Yale students run the whole show,” said Ms. Savin. “1600 students attend from all over the world. […]

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Mock Trial advances

On Nov. 27, at Danbury Superior Court, the Kingswood Oxford Mock Trial team, the Legal Wyverns, partook in the regional rounds of the annual Connecticut High School Mock Trial Tournament sponsored by Civics First, Inc. The team won trials as both plantiff and defense, sending them on to the next round.   Every year, 13 […]

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Form 5 Brunch

On Thursday, Oct. 25, the juniors enjoyed a form brunch which was held at 8:30 a.m., before school. In the past, they had been during advisee periods and in the library compared to the cafeteria, where this brunch was held. The goal of the brunch was to be a fun event that students would attend. […]

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Vaughns Host Clothing Drive

This past month, junior Ainsley Vaughn and sophomore Annelise Vaughn an a clothing  drive with the goal of supporting a homeless shelter in Connecticut called the Cornerstone Foundation. The student body came together in support and donated hundreds of items for the homeless shelter in Rockville, Conn. The clothing drive was an opportunity to help […]

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Camp KO Grows

Over the past couple of years, Camp KO has transformed into a vibrant and thriving institute. They have added more and more camps and opened the program up to an even bigger audience. This past year, they had 619 campers over the summer, and even more during the programs that run during the school year. […]

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