Literature teacher thrives in local theater scene
Elliott Crantz, Digital Content Manager
May 18, 2023
For the last quarter of the century, Dr. Charlie Scott has been teaching AP literature at Kinkaid while also helping grow the theater companies of Houston.
Dr. Scott is known around Kinkaid for his hilarious antics in the English department
Students raise millions for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
Bennett Bowman, Staff Writer
March 10, 2023
According to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, every three minutes, a family receives a phone call that their loved one has been diagnosed with blood cancer.
Sophomore Kate Hyman and junior Carysn Austin led a seven-week fundraising campaign for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society Student Visionaries of the Year.
Distinguished alumna encourages students to find their passion
Cami Culbertson, Staff Writer
March 27, 2023
Yes, Barrie Gordon Gruner gets a free Hulu account, but that’s not all her discipline has brought her.
Gruner, this year’s distinguished young alumna, spoke in an assembly to Upper School students about her journey to working as the executive vice president of marketing and publicity of Hulu Originals.
Students inducted into Cum Laude Society
David Liu, Assistant News Editor
March 10, 2023
During a March 6 assembly, 30 students were inducted into the Cum Laude Society — a prestigious organization that recognizes students who have achieved a high level of academic excellence.
The Cum Laude Society inductees had GPAs in the top 20% of their class.
Chef teaches cooking skills to people with mental disabilities
Matthew Godinich, Multimedia Producer
February 15, 2023
Chef Mark Harris has been working as the main chef at Kinkaid for more than 16 years. However, most community members do not know that besides overseeing Kinkaid’s food services, he also teaches people with autism, Down syndrome and Asperger’s syndrome how to cook.