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."
The School views technology as a tool students can use to solve problems and construct meaning from information gathered.
The Key School recognizes the value of arts education and believes that the development of each student is dependent on intellectual endeavors in the visual and performing arts.
Key's commitment to providing a supportive environment for experiential learning extends far beyond the classroom. Opportunities for outdoor education are integral to the Key experience from First School through grade twelve.
Students find the balance between individual achievement and the needs of the team, between broad participation and deep commitment to one sport. Key students value intense competition and at the same time they honor good sportsmanship.
The college advising process at Key includes a comprehensive and student-centered approach to searching for, applying to, and deciding upon a college.
Paddleboarding, 3-D Printing, Swim Club, Photo Journalism, Filmsters Academy, Baking Boot Camp, Chess, Art Institute, Canoeing and Kayaking, Soccer, Computer Programming, Musical Theater, Nerf Madness, and much more.