Long-standing traditions, such as Gym Night and our Annual Lantern Parade have been celebrated from generation to generation. Knox students, faculty, and staff cherishes the traditions as valuable contributors to the campus culture.
Are you Red or are you White?
At Team Choosing often referred to as “Fate Night”, new Knox students, faculty and staff are selected to be on a team that represents one of the school colors. Once chosen, you are either “Red” or “White” for life. Games and challenges throughout the year are fun and competitive. The winning point team has its name inscribed on a permanent school trophy at the end of each school year and goes down in Knox History.
The whole family gets involved supporting “Knoxies” at Team Choosing and other Red/White events.
When Knox athletes triumph over the competition, everyone joins in the celebration by ringing the Victory Bell on the main lawn in front of Bancroft-Phinney Hall.
The time-honored Senior Lantern Parade is an event that we look forward to every year.
Student council members and Ms. Tillona help the middle school students build gingerbread houses shortly before December break.
Our annual Ring Ceremony is when Seniors receive their school rings. It is one of our oldest traditions, dating back to 1927.