Seniors celebrate seven years at KO

On Thursday, May 9, 14 seniors commemorated their seven years at KO by attending a special “seven year senior” evening event at KO. Organized by Dean of the Middle School Kathy Dunn, seniors reminisced about their middle school days, conversed with their favorite KO faculty members, and celebrated graduation with their peers. “The seniors can […]

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Fankhauser leads Broadway masterclass

Although the Winter Musical has come and gone, the theater department continues to razzle dazzle the KO community by providing new opportunities for students interested in the performing arts. Just this past month, Broadway star, Ben Fankhauser, visited campus to teach a master class. Born in Switzerland and raised in Ohio, Mr. Fankhauser fell in love […]

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Wyverns (K)nock (O)ut Earth Day

On March 18, KO’s Green Team put together an Earth Day celebration involving both the Upper School and Middle School. Students split off into groups and participated in a variety of activities related to the Earth. From working in the Red KOw Farm to a whole school “trash-ion” show, each activity was designed to make […]

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Prefects spoof faculty yoga

On Wednesday, May 22, the senior prefects performed the annual prefect skit. The skit was a chance for the senior prefects, with the permission of those being portrayed, to poke fun at some of the teachers and staff at KO. This year, the lineup included senior Nicole Genga as history teacher Tricia Watson, senior Nell […]

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Kombucha’s a Knock-Out

by Ava Radmanovich ’22 In need of a new delicious and healthy beverage? Science teacher Tim Allerton has the thing for you! Either homemade or store bought, kombucha is a must-have according to Mr. Allerton and sophomore Emma Henry. Kombucha is a fermented tea, often made with additional flavoring, and is a beneficial probiotic for […]

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Judge discusses American judicial system

On April 12, former public defender and current judge Tejas Bhatt visited the English 6 Doing Time: Prison Literature class to speak with students, answer questions, and share insight about America’s justice system. Students had the opportunity to gain a new perspective and a deeper level of understanding about the subject matter discussed during the […]

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