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Starting next week, I will be sharing a weekly written feature in our Newsletter entitled, Connect, Converse, and Catch-Up. 

I have been feeling a bit nostalgic lately as I look at all the team photos and images that adorn my classroom wall, depicting former students who have lived and learned at our School.  I have decided to “catch-up” with a former student each week and share aspects of the conversation along with a “video-memory.”

It is always a delight for teachers and peers to hear about the successes, progress, and challenges of their former students as they navigate life after King’s-Edgehill.  One privilege of having a dynamic and diverse career as a teacher in a boarding school is that lasting relationships are made, and memories are shared. 

Next week, I will share a recent conversation I had with Dr. John Kielty (1995-99) of Deer Lake, Newfoundland.  Feel free to reach out to me via email if you would like to have a chat. My favorite connection tool is Facetime; however, there are several other options as well. It can all start with an email. Please shoot one to

Mr. Kevin Lakes
Junior School Teacher/Coach/Athletics

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KES inspires academic, athletic and artistic excellence with a commitment to the traditional community ideals of gentleness and learning, dignity and respect, so that students may discover and cultivate their unique potential, prepare for post-secondary education and develop a life-long enthusiasm for the spiritual and intellectual growth necessary to flourish in the contemporary world.

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King's-Edgehill School
33 King's-Edgehill Lane
Windsor, Nova Scotia
B0N 2T0 Canada
Phone: (902) 798-2278

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King's-Edgehill School is a coeducational boarding and day school for grades 6 through 12, located in Windsor, Nova Scotia, Canada.