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Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

The Kirkwood Varsity Poms team strikes a final pose at the end of their pep rally dance.

Top five photos of 2022

TKC Staff December 23, 2022

Throughout 2022, TKC's photo staff has expanded their photography skills and worked hard to provide visuals to accompany TKC's stories and galleries. Here are the top five photos of the year.

Will Huster, senior photo editor for Pioneer Yearbook, plans to take his love for photography further and study it in college.

Through the lens

Kinley Bokermann, editor-in-chief November 8, 2022

Friday night lights. Iso 2500. 1/640. f/3.5.  Known more by the photos he takes than his name, the only thing separating Will Huster from the rest of the students in the stands is a press pass and...

Spencer Hembree, junior, began his journey in modeling after acting in the Gateway Center for Performing Arts.

A good mindset means success

Madeleine Krewet, opinions writer November 3, 2022

Spencer Hembree, junior, began his journey in modeling after acting in the Gateway Center for Performing Arts. His early experiences have been crucial to helping him figure out modeling. [Along with gaining...

Sasha Boyd, Junior, was voted the most eligible bachelorette on the pommie dance team.

Fall sports bachelor(ettes)

Alli Luth, opinions editor November 1, 2022

4 KHS sports voted for their most eligible team mate. Click a photo to learn more about each bachelor or bachelorette.

Students are often disappointed when they find out KHS will not be holding a Powderpuff game, and will not be able to participate along with every other school.

Powderpuff: What’s stopping KHS?

Jane Roy, opinions editor October 20, 2022

As football season comes to an end, schools around the nation set up their annual Powderpuff game. If you’re not familiar, Powderpuff consists of upperclassmen girls playing flag football, while the...

Nipher held their 100 year celebration on Sept. 3, pancakes were served.

100-years of Nipher

Ian Reno, news editor September 12, 2022

On Sept. 3, Nipher held its 100-year celebration from 9-11 a.m. The festivities included performances from the KHS orchestra and band, Tillman Pepper Steppers, Nipher band, bubble machines and pancakes....

Learn more about your KHS principals for the upcoming school year.

Getting to know your principals

Ian Reno, news editor August 25, 2022

Dr. Mike Havener - KHS principal 29 years at Kirkwood Dream Lunch: A quiet place to enjoy a meal Favorite Subject: Business Hobbies: Walking What person or event has shaped you the most? “My...

I love clothes. I’m aware that sounds materialistic and stereotypical for a teenage girl to say. But, honestly, fashion is pretty special.

Senior column: Laurel Seidensticker

Laurel Seidensticker, art editor May 16, 2022

College: Michigan State University  Major: Mechanical Engineering I love clothes. I’m aware that sounds materialistic and stereotypical for a teenage girl to say. But, honestly, fashion is pretty...

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

College: University of Missouri Major: Journalism My life and sports have always been deeply intertwined. Whether it was shooting on the court, playing a video game or watching and talking about...

Everyone has a different path, and should have the freedom to pursue it.

Senior column: Emma Patt

Emma Patt, features writer May 8, 2022

College; Savannah College of Art and Design Major; Interior design “Are you even gonna make any money as an interior designer?” This is a question I’m asked a lot. You’d think our society...

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