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Coffee & Conversation: Keys Alum Parent Perspective

Keys welcomed a wonderful panel of alum parents to our Lower School campus, to share their insights into life after Keys. Current families asked questions about public vs. private high schools, the transition from middle school to high school, and life in college. We are really thankful to have parents continue to be so connected…

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Drop Everything and Read!

Reading for fun, just like the arts, math, science, English and other subjects, deserves time, so yesterday Keys Middle School students, faculty, and staff literally dropped everything they were doing to sit and read. The D.E.A.R initiative is meant not only to promote literacy, but remind everyone how much fun reading can be. The Middle…

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Sixth Grade Students Dive into Global Issues

The United Nations is tasked with promoting international co-operation and maintaining order across the globe, but with so many issues confronting humanity how does this organization decide which ones to prioritize? This week, sixth grade students started with a deep discovery in their social studies class where they researched global issues in health care, education,…

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Outdoor Education: A Time to Inquire, Connect, and Understand

Outdoor Ed! We all know of the excitement and anticipation surrounding those two words. For students these trips represent that coveted opportunity to be independent, and for parents the experience can often be filled with a lot of nerves, and the simple hope that everyone returns home in one piece! At Keys School, Outdoor Ed…

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Lower the Drawbridge!

With nothing but their imaginations and materials from The Builder Barn, students stretched their thinking to create a fort worthy of royalty. Students even pieced together rope, wood, and clamps to create a back fence and a front facing drawbridge, ensuring all would be safe within the walls of this mighty structure.    

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Kindness Matters

Keys welcomed guest speaker Kelsey Tainsh to our Lower School and Middle School campuses. Kelsey, a survivor of two bouts with cancer and a life-changing stroke, talked to students about sharing their differences instead of hiding them, why kindness matters, and the importance of accepting others’ uniqueness. Along with talking about these lessons, students also…

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Lower School New Student Welcome Lunch

Every year we are so excited to welcome new students to our school. The new students recently enjoyed a special welcome lunch with their buddies. Sharon Diamond, our Lower School Counselor, joined our new students during lunch to see how their first full week of school went. Sharon’s focus is to make sure our students…

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Keys Fall Picnic

The entire Keys community is still reeling from the fun times that were had at last Friday’s Fall Picnic. Between chowing down on some delicious barbecue and partaking in friendly hula-hoop competitions, parents, students, faculty, and staff savored in the opportunity to catch up with each other and enjoy the cool Summer weather.  

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First Week of School!

After a Summer of preparing lesson plans, painting classrooms, drafting emails, and waiting in anticipation, faculty and staff at Keys are so excited that the students are finally here! We welcome the familiar sounds of students playing and laughing on our two campuses once again. Students new to our Middle School campus have found their…

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Head of School for The Day

Hear ye, hear ye! Introducing, for one day and one day only, our new Head of School, Sherry Shao. Last Thursday Sherry filled in for our beloved Alona Scott as Head of Keys School. Once Sherry was settled into her new office, she set off to say good morning to all her teachers and students.…

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