Change the life of a child & donate today.
Make a gift today to Key School and help us reach our 2019 goal of $40,000. Your donations will be used to provide supplementary curriculum tools, technology, classroom resources, professional development for teachers, and financial aid for those students in need.
Going out of town? You can schedule your gift early between now and September 18 at midnight.
(Link to use https://www.northtexasgivingday.org/key-school-fort-worth)
Help earn money for Key School just by shopping at Kroger. Every purchase made with a linked Kroger Plus card automatically earns rewards for Key School. Create an account on the Kroger Website and then click on “Sign In”, “Create An Account”, or “Re-Enroll” to link your Plus Card to Key School. Your enrollment in Community Rewards needs to be renewed each year.
We offer financial aid dollars to approximately 20% of our students each year with a demonstrated financial need. This enables us to reach more children who would never have the opportunity to attend Key School without this support.
Please consider making a contribution to support our financial aid program. The need and demand is great.
|Key Center launched the Planting Seeds: Deepening the Roots of Learning Capital Campaign in 2018 to raise money to build the new Key Center, a state-of-the-art Center for Learning Differences. |
The Key Center for Learning Differences will include the Academic Language Therapy Program that will train educators to become Certified Academic Language Therapists, a one-of-a-kind local academic opportunity for public and private teachers. The Center will also include the Navigation and Training Institute which will support educators, families, and students as they navigate the special education system and receive training on how to teach children with learning differences and advocate for them.
Thank you for your continued support of our mission.
Come join us for the Celebrating Dyslexia Luncheon!
Débuting the future home and training center for Learning Differences in Tarrant County.