‘A Little Night Music’ proves to be a lot of fun

“A Little Night Music,” the final concert for Kingswood Oxford’s orchestras and bands, took place on Friday, April 26, with performances by the Middle School and Upper School orchestras in Alumni Hall, followed by the Upper School Jazz Combo, Concert Band, and Chamber Ensembles performing in Roberts Theater. Organized by Upper School Creative Arts Department Chair […]

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Seniors complete well-written theses

At the beginning of the third quarter every year, all seniors begin the process of writing a thesis by exploring a literary area of interest, coming up with an original thesis, and then writing a 15-20 page paper incorporating secondary criticism. After the theses are finished, the senior thesis English teachers read the nominated essays […]

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Rohan Naik plays at Carnegie Hall

“Honestly, at first, I was kind of nervous, but then in my mind, I was thinking ‘It’s just another concert.” This is how junior Rohan Naik described his experience on stage at one of the most prestigious venues for music, Carnegie Hall. However, for Rohan, performing at Carnegie Hall was the rewarding result of considerable […]

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Meet me at the One Act

On the evening of Friday, May 17, students, family, friends, and faculty gathered together in Black Box Theatre to enjoy a comfy and entertaining night full of singing, acting, and fun: the One Act was directed by senior Janvi Sikand while the Cabaret was led by seniors Olivia Coxon, Charlie Coxon, Emma Kate Johansen, Katherine […]

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Deep Dive into Portfolio Prep

The Portfolio Prep art class, taught by creative arts teachers Scott McDonald and Greg Scranton, allows form five and six students the freedom to pursue different mediums of art. In addition, all of the finished pieces from the year are documented so they can be sent to colleges. Over the past five years, the class […]

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Sophomores star in ‘Macbeth’

On Tuesday, March 5, the English 4 Honors students performed their adaptations of “Macbeth” in the Black Box Theatre. This is the first time that English teachers Catherine Schieffelin and William Martino ave organized this project. The inspiration came from a previous school Ms. Schieffelin once taught at, where all the seniors would read “Hamlet” […]

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