Second grade students began their study of the scientific method this week by investigating the properties of Silly Putty.
In Key’s school-wide Life Skills curriculum, Lower School students work to develop positive peer relationships, collaborative skills, and planning, organization, and self-motivation skills.
The School views technology as a tool students can use to solve problems and construct meaning from information gathered.
A dedicated educational space that encourages creativity, self-motivation, and problem solving skills using developmentally appropriate activities.
Informed by the latest studies in neuroscience, Key teachers regularly evolve the curriculum to better serve the needs of the students.
There is a strong correlation between cardio-aerobic exercise and improved executive functioning, planning, organization, and memory.