KO meets NYC

On Saturday, Dec. 10, KO theater students were given the exciting opportunity to spend the day in New York City to see the Broadway show “1776,” just a few weeks shy of its closing. Additionally, they learned key lessons about our country’s past by visiting the African Burial Ground National Monument. Leaving KO early in […]

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MOTM: Jacob Mapp

When he came to the Upper School in his freshman year, current junior Jacob Mapp knew singing would be a significant part of his life. His passion has only grown since participating in his elementary school choir, and he has explored a variety of musical offerings throughout his middle and high school career. “It kind […]

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AOTM: Maggie Dwyer

Have you ever heard of the term “right-brain” versus “left-brain” thinkers? Our society has deemed that there are those “right-brained” individuals who are creative, being more adept in the humanities, and then the “left-brained” individuals who are on the logical side, being more skilled in the STEM field. Senior Maggie Dwyer uses her art to […]

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MOTM: Jacob Joseph

Throughout his time spent at KO, senior Jacob Joseph has explored a variety of musical interests, including singing, beatboxing, and listening to different genres of music. As a baritone singer in both the Outlook and Crimson 7 ensembles, Jacob has been able to develop his love of music over the past few years. Since middle […]

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