Where Education Goes Beyond One Size Fits All


We offer innovative programs to meet the needs of the 1 in 5 children with language-based learning differences in Tarrant County.




Specialized Education

Since 1966, Key School has pioneered the way in the Fort Worth area by serving students with learning differences and their families. Educators, therapists, and administrators work to build self-esteem and equip students with the tools they need to succeed academically, emotionally, and socially. Learning differences are not a “one size fits all,” and many students are impacted by more than one learning challenge. The Key School admissions team works closely with families to determine the needs of the whole child, considering both academic and social-emotional needs.

Key School’s goal is to support students in reaching their highest potential. We are a STRONG FIT for the following learning differences:

Annual Enrollment
50 +
Parents & Educators Trained
10 +
Students Helped Since 1966
10000 +
College Bound in 2023
10 %

Training & Outreach

Key School and Training Center will provide educator training in the community as well as outreach to parents about various topics related to learning differences. The hallmark of Key School and Training Center, Key Dyslexia Therapy Training Program offers in-depth and multi-sensory structured training for individuals in the community interested in becoming Certified Academic Language Therapists.

Summer Program

The Key School Summer Program is designed for students entering grades K-12 who struggle in school or those who need the benefit of an academic boost for the upcoming school year. Since its beginning in 1966, Key has taught reading, phonics, and math to thousands of students, enabling them to dramatically improve academic performance. 

What People Say

Key School understood how to teach children with learning differences. We were grateful to have a resource like this available for Carter.

Marti Lawrence, Alumni Parent

Key School was a game changer. The way the school has handled when he does have his moments was amazing. At previous schools, when he couldn’t keep it together, he was punished.  The supportive environment was just so powerful at Key.

Kanani Mahelona, Current Grandparent

His goal is to show other students love. I remind him who he is. He now participates in class and he didn’t before. He feels he is being seen and being heard. He feels he matters. Key School gives him all of that.

Lisa Moreno-Tillett, Current Parent

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Make an Everyday Impact with Your Donation

Please make a gift today, and your support will be immediately put to work to ensure we continue to provide an individualized, unique, and enriching educational experience for our students with language-based learning disabilities.