Mr. Dillow Addresses School Following The Attack on the U.S. Capitol

On Wednesday, Jan. 6, rioters who supported former President Donald Trump’s attempts to challenge the results of the 2020 presidential election stormed the United States Capitol. After breaking through multiple Capitol police perimeters, they occupied, vandalized, and ransacked parts of the building for several hours. The following day, Head of School Tom Dillow addressed the […]

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Witness Stones

Witness Stones is a project employed by many schools to honor and commemorate the memory of enslaved people. Kingswood Oxford are participating in this project again, and all students in regular US history get to take part. “Only by coming to terms with history can we free ourselves to create a more just world,” Drew […]

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Hild speaks at socially distanced commencement ceremony, expresses importance of integrity and involvement

Although coronavirus moved classes to a virtual setting and prevented the traditional graduation on the Senior Green from happening, KO was still able to hold a socially distanced Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2020 on campus on June 7. The events from graduation were as follows: the seniors, with their families and decorated cars, […]

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We Will Miss You, Mr. Gilyard!

“I have learned so much from him,” Upper School Administrative Coordinator Lindsay Perkins said as she reflected on Dean of Students Will Gilyard, who will be leaving KO at the end of the school year. “It is a huge loss. There are huge shoes to be filled, and I think that the way he inspires […]

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Living With GSD

There are many things in life that are just hard, but imagine having to live with a rare, life-threatening genetic disease that is still unknown by many. Having Glycogen Storage Disease has shaped me into who I am, taught me a lot, and forced me to put things into perspective. There are many challenges, but […]

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