West, Doylestown; Atalie Carina Young, Keystone Oaks H.
What does KO stand for?
KO stands for Keystone Oaks (High School, Pennsylvania)
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We have 4 other meanings of KO in our Acronym Attic
- Koninklijke Nederlandse Zwem Bond (Dutch: Royal Dutch Swimming Association; Netherlands)
- Kansai New Zealand Centre (Osaka, Japan)
- Koninklijke Noord- en Zuid-Hollandse Reddingsmaatschappij (former Dutch rescue service operating along the Dutch coast, now KNRM)
- Kolo Naukowe Zarzadzania Jakoscia (Polish)
- Coca-Cola Company (stock symbol)
- Contracting Officer
- Kashikawa and Okamura (astronomy)
- Keith Olbermann (television broadcaster)
- Kelly Ordnance (ammunition headstamp - .50 Caliber)
- Kemetic Orthodoxy
Samples in periodicals archive:
Area Students Brush-Up on Vocabulary Skills for a Chance to Compete for a $5,000 Prize and a Spot in the National Finals Event to be Held at Keystone Oaks High School, Sponsored by Kent State University SANTA MONICA, Calif.
The school districts that make up the Parkway West Jointure are Carlynton, Chartiers Valley, Cornell, Keystone Oaks, Montour, Moon Area, Mt.
In addition, the cooperative Satellite Learning Project will be represented by students from Keystone Oaks High School in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Other local customers include Community College of Allegheny County, Carnegie Mellon University, Keystone Oaks School District, Moon Area School District, North Allegheny School District, North Hills School District, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, Quaker Valley School District, Ringgold School District, South Park School District, Tribune Review Publishing Company, and the University of Pittsburgh.
Keystone Oaks School District, Allegheny County, by a vote of 4-2.
The schools scheduled are: Bradford Woods Elementary, Northern Allegheny School District, March 12; Spring Garden Elementary, City of Pittsburgh, March 14; Maple Ridge Elementary, Somerset School District, March 19; Rogers Elementary, Shaler School District, March 26; Kelton Elementary, Keystone Oaks School District, April 2; Our Lady of Fatima, Hopewell Township, April 11; Duquesne City Schools, April 16; Jeffrey Elementary, Shaler School District, April 23; Phillips Elementary, City of Pittsburgh, April 30; Greenfield Elementary, City of Pittsburgh, May 9; Edgewood Primary School, Woodland Hills School District, May 16; Bon Air Elementary, City of Pittsburgh, May 21 or 23; Markham Elementary, Mt.
The Pennsylvania school districts and their Chapter 1 programs are: -- Keystone Oaks School District, Allegheny County, reading.