Our Logo

A Student Collaboration

Our logo is a unique and collaborative creation made by a group of talented students during the 1999-2000 school year.

The original design sits above our school’s front entrance. The students welded each letter out of scrap metal, chains, pieces of old bicycles, etc. The artists were David Anderson, Kurt Greever-Hoover, Emmett Kleber-Rose, Ernest Espinoza, and Adam Kidd, with some assistance from Ed Davis.

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The Kino students that created our logo posing with their art.

“Creating this sign was a quintessential Kino project. To the innocent bystander the process looked like a riot in a junkyard with lots of noise, smoke, fire, and the occasional intemperate word. They sprayed on eye-popping colors, flung the letters onto the roof, tastefully illuminated them with black lights, and the result is startling and, I think, wonderful. Each letter is exuberant, idiosyncratic, and unique, much like our students, but the sign, for all its spiky particularity, is harmonious, like Kino…”

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Kino School is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. It depends, in part, on the support and engagement of our parents, alums, friends, and students to ensure the school has the resources to sustain our mission. All donations are fully tax-deductible!

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