Lessons from TM Landry

I wrote an editorial in September about how we, as students, should value KO as more than a mere stepping stone on the way to college. In the wake of the New York Times’ recent investigative piece on the TM Landry College Preparatory School in Louisiana, I thought it would be appropriate and fitting to […]

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8:30 am start: sleep on it

Have you ever had one of those mornings where everything went wrong? You hit the snooze button one too many times. You’re exhausted because last night, you were cramming for a biology test you completely forgot about. You don’t have time for breakfast—supposedly the most important meal of the day, or something. Coffee and a […]

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Bored with College Board

KO’s website boldly advertises that 90 percent of seniors choose to take at least one Advanced Placement (AP) class, from the 17 AP classes KO offers. For many KO students, these AP exams — the source of much pain, suffering, and stress — have recently come to an end. However, students are not yet free […]

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