Students involved with the Upper School Not Straight Affinity Activity traveled to the Green Acres School in Bethesda, MD to present on gender stereotypes for students in grades 5-8 as part of Green Acres' annual "Day of Action."
Key's Middle School program helps students develop effective organization, study and time management skills in a supportive and challenging environment.
In the Middle School, Key's school-wide Life Skills curriculum focuses on the physical, social, and emotional development of students.
The School views technology as a tool students can use to solve problems and construct meaning from information gathered.
All students, beginning in Middle School, participate in overnight trips that include camping, mountain biking, kayaking, sailing, rock climbing, and whitewater rafting.
In the Middle School, the program’s highest priorities are to develop skills, commitment, and teamwork, and to ensure meaningful participation in both practices and games.