Farewell, Herrera

by David Shi ’22 While math teacher David Herrera has only taught at Kingswood Oxford for two years, he has played a huge role in the community as an educator and as a passionate coach for the JV field hockey and baseball teams. Now, sadly for us, he will be venturing onto a different path […]

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Pasko Heads to Boston

by Marrich Somridhivej  ’22 After her first year at KO, Middle School science teacher Amanda Pasko will be departing KO this summer. Even though she has only been at KO for one year, she was worn many hats as a teacher, advisor, and coach. As her first job, KO has provided her great opportunities. She […]

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Briggs to Raise Pigs

This article is a spoof written in cooperation with Dr. Briggs. At the end of the academic year, beloved French and Spanish teacher Jonathan Briggs will be leaving KO to pursue a new career in animal agriculture, specifically pig farming. Hoping to carve out his stake in the 20 billion dollar industry, Dr. Briggs purchased […]

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Popular AP Classes by the Numbers

by Braeden Rose AP, or Advanced Placement, has been offered by the College Board for more than 50 years, following concerns that high-achieving students were wasting their first years at college learning material that they had already learned before. The original idea was for students to take a class with a standardized curriculum, and colleges […]

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So Long, Señora Schork, ‘Guapa’

by Alyssa Pilecki ’20 With a heavy heart, it is my honor and pleasure to formally bid farewell to one of the most integral, celebrated, and wonderful members at Kingswood Oxford, Modern Languages Department Chair Lynn Schork. Also popularly known on campus as Señora Schork or ‘Guapa,’ she decided to announce her plan for retirement […]

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Banning Bugs Out Over Caterpillars

by Braeden Rose ’21 Most people tend to have a hobby such as taking photographs, collecting baseball cards, hiking, dancing, cooking, painting, playing video games, writing, playing a sport, playing an instrument, or shopping. None of those really seemed to strike a chord with sophomore Evan Banning. Instead, he likes something a bit more uncommon […]

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