Key School’s campus in Fort Worth serves 96 students in grades kindergarten through twelfth grade. Students and families reside throughout Tarrant, Dallas, and Parker Counties. Key School assists students with learning differences through small classes and individually tailored instruction, utilizing their strengths in order to reach their academic and social potential.
Key School is fully accredited by COGNIA and has a proven track record of increasing the academic achievement of students with learning differences. At Key, students gain self-confidence after feeling defeated in other learning environments. They read and write at or above grade level and experience success for the first time in their educational journey. Students are able to expand their horizons and attend college when it was not an option before attending Key School.
Gives students the power to unlock meanings and histories and grasp the logic of our English language. 90% of English words with more than one syllable are Latin based
This study of literature that has withstood the test of time and promotes a deeper understanding of why we are who we are today.
The WOW pillar ensures that Key students are exposed to, and work with, words that are rich in meaning and that enhance their vocabularies, and in turn, comprehension.
The Key Student Organizer serves to help students, beginning with our
youngest scholars, better plan and manage their time and learning. With teacher guidance, the Student Organizer helps students improve these fundamental skills.
When these ratios are low, teachers have more time to spend with each student checking progress and providing more instruction. Key School is proud of our low ratios and the caliber of teachers engaging students in learning.
Every student receives the individualized attention, support, and mentorship needed. Instruction is tailored to meet the needs of each student.
Key School uses a multi-sensory, structured approach to reading that uses auditory, visual, and kinesthetic modalities and is based on the Orton-Gillingham method. Students are instructed in small group settings or one-to-one with a Certified Academic Language Therapist.