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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.


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6th Graders Tackle Shoreline Erosion

As members of the Civil Engineering Corps, our 6th-grade students have been tasked with designing and fabricating a way to minimize erosion and flooding along the Annapolis shoreline,

First Graders Go Seining in the Bay

The first graders recently took some important steps in learning good stewardship when each homeroom went on a seining foray to Hillsmere Beach in support of their Chesapeake Bay unit in Science class.

College Representatives Meet Key’s Seniors!

A crucial part of the college application and decision-making process for Key seniors occurs every year from September through November—college representatives visiting Key’s campus. 

Students and teachers stand with Sally Iliff from Unity Gardens in the new native plant gardens planted by the students.

Key’s fourth graders kicked-off 2021 with an ambitious plan to win a grant to support the creation of a native plant garden on Key’s campus. Having delved into studies of biodiversity with Science Coordinator Amy Cline, the students learned about the integral importance of native plants to healthy ecosystems, and their wheels started turning as they began to envision the potential transformation of spaces on Key’s campus.

Members of Black Affinity 2020-2021 on Zoom call

Starting in December, students in Key’s Black Affinity group began talking about how to best celebrate Black History Month 2021 in the Upper School. While the group also led the community event in February 2020, they knew the gathering this year would be very different as a virtual experience and that planning for it would be challenging.