Ms. Baratz: A positive addition to KO

The Kingswood Oxford community is thrilled to welcome math teacher Nicole Baratz to the Upper School. Ms. Baratz is a lively and passionate teacher with a love for math and the KO community. She received her bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Fairfield University and taught Algebra and coached field hockey at Concord Academy in Concord, […]

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Ms. Kreager settles into KO

This year, the Kingswood Oxford community is excited to welcome new science teacher Carmen Kreager to campus. Ms. Kreager teaches Upper School science and coaches girls cross country and track and field.  Ms. Kreager earned her Bachelor of Arts at Michigan State University and a Master’s degree in education from Grand Canyon University. Before coming […]

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Dr. McIntosh making a difference

KO is delighted to welcome Donique McIntosh as the new Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging. Dr. McIntosh’s breadth of experience within her field will greatly benefit KO as she works to create a more diverse and equitable campus environment.  Dr. McIntosh holds a doctorate from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, two master’s degrees […]

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KO welcomes Ms. Migdal

The KO community is excited to welcome Middle School science teacher Sharon Migdal to the KO community. Ms. Migdal received her bachelor’s in science from New York University and her master’s in arts from Columbia University. Before KO, Ms. Migdal taught at a charter school in Springfield, Mass.  At her previous school, Ms. Migdal helped […]

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Welcome, Mr. Hegeman!

ce teacher Greg Hegeman. Mr. Hegeman teaches Honors Earth and Environmental Science, AP Environmental Science, and Forensics. Despite having worked at St. John’s School in Houston, Texas for the past six years, Mr. Hegeman actually spent his teenage years in the Northeast. He attended highschool in Maine and even applied to KO! He also spent […]

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