Our Girls' Varsity Swimming championships resulted in an extraordinary number of exciting accolades!
Congratulation's to Key's math team on placing 2nd in the most recent county competition!
Jessie Cline '21, Meg Shaughnessy '20, and Emma Woznysmith '25 have their artwork featured in the AIMS Student Art Showcase.
Each fall, Middle School art teacher Andy Katz challenges his eighth grade students to participate in the Inside/Out Project.
Congratulations to Charles Anderson '21 on his 4th place finish in the Orange Bowl International Youth Regatta in Miami, Florida!
How can we empower students to believe they can change the world? That was the question third grade teachers Nan Conroy and Paula DeWitt asked themselves.
Eighth grade students are embarking on a new year-long experience, The Global Action Project (GAP).
Senior Grace Gallant honored by the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County (CFAAC) as their 2019 Young Volunteer of the Year!
Five years ago, when I was hired as Director of Enrollment and Outreach, I was given lots of advice on ways to get up to speed on Key. The tidbit of advice, or maybe it was more of a warning, that surprised me the most during my onboarding was this notion that it would take me years to fully understand our program. They weren’t wrong, but what I’ve come to learn is that there will be no single moment in time that I will be confident I know everything about Key, and that’s a really good thing.
Having worked for 10 years in admissions at similar independent schools in the ultra-competitive markets of Boston and New York before coming to Key, and with a somewhat recently minted master’s degree in cognitive science, I knew there would be a learning curve but I also assumed I’d be a quick study.