Starnes leaves for Tennessee

During her three years at KO, math teacher Sara Starnes has developed close, meaningful relationships with both students and faculty alike. Her approachable, funny personality has made students feel comfortable in the classroom and excited to learn. Moving into next year, Ms. Starnes will unfortunately be saying farewell to the KO community as she heads […]

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Mr. Garrison says farewell to KO

Nobody loves adventure and the outdoors as much as Middle School science teacher Josh Garrison. Always up for pursuing new ideas and spontaneous activities, Mr. Garrison is leaving KO to take on a new and exciting chapter in his life.  Having worked at KO for six years, Mr. Garrison has adapted to the KO community […]

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Mr. Miles moves on miles away

The KO community bids farewell to science teacher Clay Miles as he heads off to Maine to work for Camp Winona as Assistant Director and Head of Leadership Development. Throughout his 31 years at KO, Mr. Miles has certainly touched the lives of many students on campus with his guidance, advice, and compassion. Right out […]

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KO says farewell to Mrs. Lynd

After seven dedicated years of teaching, science teacher Natalie Lynd is saying goodbye to KO to return to her hometown of Plainfield, New Hampshire. There, she will begin her new job at Kimball Union Academy, while her husband, science teacher Noah Lynd, establishes a rock climbing gym.  Mrs. Lynd is a lover of running and […]

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Sam Rapp Pursues Patriotic Dream

While most kids dream of being an astronaut or a doctor, senior Sam Rapp had a much more patriotic occupation in mind. Soon, he will be one step closer to achieving his dream as he enlists in the United States military. After an early graduation from KO on May 21, Sam will join the airborne […]

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