Mr. Reynolds brings Broadway to KO

After the unfortunate cancellation of the New York trip, KO’s theater students were thrilled by the announcement of a week of virtual and easily accessible Broadway masterclasses. During the week of April 27, Theater Director Kyle Reynolds introduced the students to six performers who, in advance, listened to each of the students’ submissions and were […]

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Epic goes online

Despite growing concern over the coronavirus outbreak, members of the KO community still remain active in academics and in the arts. Epic, the school’s literary and arts magazine, will still continue to operate in spite of the global pandemic. While social distancing has hindered the group from publishing the spring issue in print, the editors […]

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Music and the arts stay connected

Daily school life has been drastically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Online classes have affected each member of the KO community, presenting many challenges for the teachers and the students. However, teaching and taking part in visual and performing art classes have become especially difficult, and those teaching these courses have had to become both […]

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Sydney’s storytelling sketches

Junior Sydney Dwyer has grown to be a talented and creative artist at KO. She first became interested in art in Middle School, and although she does not have a favorite artist, she is captivated by realistic drawings. As a sophomore, Sydney took a drawing class with art teacher Katie Burnett. One of her pieces […]

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