Employment Opportunities

We appreciate your interest in working at Key!

Founded in 1958 by professors from nearby St. John's College, Key School is a progressive, coeducational, day school serving children ages 2.5 years through grade 12. The School places high priority on cultivating and sustaining a culture that respects the dignity of every human being.

Key School's program is designed to develop independent thinkers, creative innovators, effective collaborators, tenacious problem-solvers, and articulate leaders while cultivating in its students a deep sense of purpose, accountability and intrinsic motivation.

With a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, Key is particularly interested in candidates with experience creating and working in an inclusive school setting. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Key School is an equal opportunity employer.

#KEYLife - News about our community

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Diamond Has Arrived!

While campus was closed, Diamond the terrapin has quietly come to Key. This six-foot metal sculpture is a receptacle for recyclable plastics and is located behind the Manse and Manse Addition.

Unmasking Our Mask-Makers

Every community has them—the people who always seem to make the time to give back and  marshal their skills to contribute to the greater good; the ones who instinctively turn lemons into lemonade!  Within our midst, we surely have our fair share of these unsung heroes.

Key Students Volunteer as Virtual Tutors

Upper School Spanish teacher Tatiana Klein saw a need in the Annapolis community during this time of distance learning and worked to find a solution. The Center of Help, a local organization founded in 1997 that serves the low-income Latino population in the Allen Apartments, realized that many of these students had a slow start transitioning to distance learning and were not receiving meaningful school work at home.

A Peek into French III Distance Learning

Every year French III students are tasked to create music videos.  They divide into groups of two to four, pick a French song, and lip sync in a video using their own graphics or images.

How to "See" a College When You Can't See it in Person

Since we are in a time of uncertainty when it comes to when colleges will be open again for campus visits, Director of College Advising Laura Burrell Baxter shares some ways to help you “see” a school and make some decisions.