Key SChool
High School

School Hours: 7:45-3:45 Monday thru Thursday and Friday 8:00-11:00

Important Links & Docs


Class schedule for our elementary school students.

Policy & Procedure

Key School guidelines for parents and students.

Mills School Uniforms

Exclusive uniform supplier for our mandatory dress code.

Parent Group

We are happy to share volunteer opportunities that Key School offers and how our community can help us meet those needs.


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About Friday School

Friday school is from 8:00 to 11:00 a.m. with the same uniform and class rules as regular school. 

High School classes will be held on Friday for students who have been absent or dismissed early on Monday – Thursday as assigned by an administrator. The classroom material or homework to be completed will be identified by teachers with help from the student. Middle/High school students must make-up all time missed in order to fulfill state and accreditation requirements for classroom hours.

Meet Leigh Bryant, Head of High School &
High School Student Advocate

Leigh Bryant, Head of High School, has been with Key School for almost 20 years.  After moving every 2 years for 22 years as a Naval Officer’s wife, she made her home in Arlington, Texas close to family.  Returning to her passion, she found her perfect fit at Key School. With a degree in English for Secondary Education from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Mary Ann Key hired her within her first year in Texas. 

Her second year at Key School, the position of Student Advocate was newly established.  With this new position, Mrs. Bryant began to have a deeper understanding of the heart and challenges of a Key School student.  With a motivation to intervene for Key School students when they needed to be heard brought new fulfillment to her career.  While Mrs. Bryant enjoys the beauty of the English language, her deepest concern every day is the welfare of the students, both emotionally and academically.

The past two years she has served as the Head of High School overseeing the transition process of the seniors from secondary education to their post-graduation path.  She feels that there is no greater satisfaction than seeing students growing into thriving life learners.  Enjoying the privilege of watching this process is one that she treasures.

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Débuting the future home and training center for Learning Differences in Tarrant County.