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A group of varsity girls bond at one of their final lacrosse games.

Almost over

Natalie Bednarski, writer May 17, 2022

The 2022 season for the girls varsity lacrosse team is coming to an end, with their final game on May 11. Some players look forward to their future years on the team, while others dread the goodbyes. Emily...

Mac Key and Kade Kenter have been working at the Alpine Shop for almost a year.

Senior profile: Alpine Shop boys

Zach Thomson, news writer April 13, 2022

Mac Key – University of Kansas Major: Civil Engineering Kade Kenter – University of Montana Major: Business Management and Entrepreneurship  An interest in the outdoors is what helped...

Kirkwood 22 crossword answers

Kirkwood ’22 crossword answers

Grace Marcus , print managing editor April 11, 2022

Here are the answers for the Kirkwood '22 crossword found in the 2022 senior magazine. ACROSS 3. Turtles 4. Mike Wade 8. Mock tril 10. Best in the Lou  11. Dallas  14. Nipher Middle...

The more stress you put on yourself, the harder it’ll be,” Hupp said.

Finals advice from seniors

Anna Newland and Rachel Finan December 13, 2021

Open up a KHS student’s email and you will be hit with reminders to turn in missing work followed by a jumble of finals information. For many students, the end-of-semester-panic has started to kick in....

The Moo Moo meadows sign signals the beginning of a new section of the junior hallway.

Photo Gallery: Hallway Decorating

Coco LeGrand, Photographer December 4, 2021

On Nov. 22 the KHS student body was allowed to stay after school and decorate their assigned hallway. Freshman, sophomores, and juniors stayed until 9:00 p.m, while seniors stayed until the early hours...

Getting into KHS sports is a great way to meet new people.

Seniors’ advice to freshmen

Grace Marcus, print managing editor August 25, 2021

Dear freshmen,  The first day of your high school career may be one of the most intimidating experiences of your life — entering the school with seniors yelling, crowded hallways, huge campus, hundreds...

Toby Munson, senior, throws out candy to kids watching the parade.

Photo gallery: senior parade

Marilynn Steuby, new staffer May 17, 2021

On Sunday, April 25th, Kirkwood hosted a senior parade for the 2021 graduating senior class. The parade stretched from Meramec Community College to Kirkwood High School. Due to COVID-19, seniors couldn't...

Art by Laurel Seidensticker. They have been playing soccer together since they were 4. Throughout their lives, they have helped each other both on and off the field.

Senior profile: Emma and Kamryn Ealey

Maya Kim, social media editor May 4, 2021

They have been playing soccer together since they were 4. Throughout their lives, they have helped each other both on and off the field. Now, twins Emma and Kamryn Ealey are continuing their soccer journey...

Joey Bourke and Toby Munson, seniors, are training to become aircraft assemblers for Boeing.

Aircrafts and careers

Clayton Caringer, Archives March 17, 2021

Four days per week, four weeks per month, for three months of training: Seniors Joey Bourke and Toby Munson are taking this time to train for their future professions. Both are participating in training...

Seniors Zach Millenbruck and Aidan McGee took home first place in the integrated marketing category of the 2020 regional DECA competition. Photo Courtesy of Zach Millenbruck and Aidan McGee. Art by Emma Frizzell.

Senior Profile: Zach Millenbruck and Aidan McGee

Kate Schreiber, features writer June 11, 2020

In total, six groups were called to the stage. As the Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) judges named the fourth, third and second place winners, Aidan McGee and Zach Millenbruck, seniors,...

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