Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

I have always been a dreamer, constantly lost in my imagination and books. That’s why I started writing. Once I got to an age where I could no longer sneak books into class, I had to find some way to pass the time at school, so I wrote stories.
Senior Column: Kailey Shirrell
Kailey Shirrell, social media editor • May 16, 2022
Although it may seem unorganized, everything that’s unplanned isn’t always an obstacle.
Senior column: Merry Schlarman
Merry Schlarman, design editor • May 16, 2022
Whether it was shooting on the court, playing a video game or watching and talking about them, sports in some shape or form are carved into my everyday life.
Senior column: Henry Joiner
Henry Joiner, sports writer • May 9, 2022
Everyone has a different path, and should have the freedom to pursue it.
Senior column: Emma Patt
Emma Patt, features writer • May 8, 2022
88% (61/69) of TKC staffers believe parents shouldn’t have a say in regulating public school books.
Call Ed: Mom and Dad don't know what's best
TKC Staff March 29, 2022
While the costs of running the bases seem to outweigh the benefits, condemning casual sex isnt the answer.
Call Ed: Bases loaded
April 20, 2021
Suddenly it comes: you need to poop. With almost four more hours left in the school day, you have an important decision to make.
Call ed(s)
March 3, 2021
Art by Elizabeth Yenzer. Small mice are seen doing various tasks in Dr. Barkers English classroom.
The rats of KHS
Annie George, photo editor • April 11, 2022
Adulthood is not determined by our age, but when we learn to mature.
Age of adulthood
April 1, 2022
Amazon is dominating the retail industry, and is causing malls and small businesses to struggle.
Age of Amazon
April 1, 2022
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