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Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

With only a few weeks left of the 2021-22 school year, make sure to stay up to date on all the upcoming events.

KHS upcoming important dates

Ava Duggin, web managing editor April 22, 2022

Saturday, April 23: Prom  8-11 p.m., Marriott St. Louis Airport - Grand Ballroom    Thursday, April 28: Academic & Athletic Signing  9:15 a.m., Holley Assembly Hall    Sunday,...

This is a list of the most difficult AP classes in each subject that KHS offers. The ranking is based on my opinions and contains advice for anyone interested in taking the class.

The most difficult AP course for each subject

Kailey Shirrell, social media editor February 28, 2022

When creating a class schedule, students may wonder how many Advanced Placement (AP) classes are too many. This is a list of the most difficult AP classes in each subject that KHS offers. The ranking is...

Kayla Bedell is involved with many aspects of KHS, including AP Biology and Pommies.

(A)typical girl

Mya Copeland, features + in-depth editor November 2, 2021

Kayla Bedell is all contradictions. A dancer who gets anxious while performing. A “dumb blonde” in three AP classes. A STEM student who hates math. An overly involved girl who will insist that she’s...

For four years, students work long days and sleep short nights just for the chance to receive that email with “Congratulations!” in the title. But despite the hype, Ivy League colleges might not be all they’re cracked up to be.

Ivy and thorns

Liam Jackson, associate editor April 1, 2020

“What college are you going to?” I, like the rest of my fellow seniors, have been asked this quite a bit over the past months. For some, the answer is easy. They’ve known for months. For others,...

Make sure youre at the right place in your college search process with these tips.

The college search, mapped

Olivia Silvey, opinions writer March 13, 2020

Two words: college search. For some, this seems like a distant future. For others, it’s a nerve-wracking reality. However, for everyone looking to go to college after graduation, the formidable college...

Samaya Trawick, Junior, raises her hand in math class to ask a question.

Gauging the gap

Jack Anderson and Jack Rintoul March 17, 2019

As the deafening noise of the halftime buzzer sounds, Samaya Trawick, junior and varsity cheerleader, leaps into place before her team begins their routine. At this moment, she feels a part of something....

art by Audrey Allison

Weighing in on weighted classes

Holden Foreman, web editor May 18, 2017

When student-selected speaker Gina Woodard, health teacher, took the podium for the annual Gold K Ceremony April 24, she thanked “the smart kids” for selecting her. After acknowledging her less-than-stellar...

The Divide. - Achievement Gap

‘The Divide.’ – Achievement Gap

Anna Mullendore, features writer March 12, 2015
*Disclaimer: The people selected to be interviewed were chosen on the basis of their races, ages, genders, and titles, as a way to showcase a variety of perspectives on the topic.
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