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During your virtual visit, you will explore Key School and its rich history in the Fort Worth community. You will dive into the academic pillars taught by our certified teachers and discover that Key School graduates are prepared to begin their future with strong character and solid confidence.
The Training Center provides educator training in the community as well as outreach to parents about various topics related to learning differences. The hallmark of our Training Center, Key Dyslexia Therapy Training Program offers in-depth and multi-sensory structured training for individuals in the community interested in becoming dyslexia therapists. Educators learn the latest research-based strategies to teach reading, writing, and spelling, enabling other schools to offer the same valuable instruction on which Key School relies for comprehensive dyslexia therapy.
To truly experience the School and Training Center, we invite you to come for a visit, so we can welcome you in person. We are confident that the moment you step foot on campus, you will experience a sense of hope and will immediately know that whether you are a parent, student, or educator, you will have found the Key Center a place to call home.
Key School and Training Center Team
Unleashing student and teacher success with individualized instruction, training, and advocacy.
Where Education Goes Beyond One Size Fits All
Key School and Training Center offers cutting-edge programs to meet the needs of the 78,000 children with learning differences in Tarrant County. For students with learning differences, their families, our staff, and other educators, we believe our innovate programs unlock learning success.
The inspired dream for education, training, and advocacy to be housed in one central location has become a reality. On the new, sprawling 12-acre campus at 7950 John T. White, there is a two-story school and third-floor Training Center. Children, therapists, educators, and
families will find themselves at home in the natural space that provides a nurturing, calming learning environment large enough to expand existing programs.