Thank you for your interest in Key School!
Key School provides a learning environment that caters to students in grades K – 12 diagnosed with learning differences. Our flexible scheduling and low student to teacher ratio, accommodates the unique learning requirements and plays a large role in finding academic success for each student.
Choosing the right school for your child is an important decision and to better understand your student’s unique learning needs and academic strengths, we provide personalized parent/guardian tours.
Please contact Carrie Weaver, Admissions Director, at 817-446-3738 or email@example.com to schedule a meeting and tour. We accept students on a continuous basis.
Enroll your child in Key School to start their journey toward confidence and academic success!
Upcoming Admissions Events:
Open House: Tuesday, February 4 at 9:00 a.m.
The Admissions Process:
Enroll your child into Key School to start their journey toward confidence and academic success. We accept students on a rolling basis. Please contact Carrie Weaver, Admissions Director, at 817-446-3738 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a meeting and tour.
Step 1: Schedule a Tour and Provide Testing
Contact our Admissions Director, Carrie Weaver to schedule an appointment to visit Key School. During this appointment, you will discuss your child’s learning needs, academic strengths, and other areas that may require remediation. We ask that you provide your child’s most recent testing prior to your tour. Testing should be emailed to email@example.com.
Step 2: Student Visitation
A three-day visitation is scheduled to allow time for math, composition, reading, English, and computer inventories, as well as a faculty assessment. This also enables your child to become acclimated to the school environment and for class placements to be determined. Visiting students are paired with a student host to help them feel comfortable at Key School.
Step 3: Admissions Committee Review and Follow-Up
Following the student visitation, our admissions committee will review the provided testing, inventories, and faculty assessments to assess whether Key School is an appropriate placement. A second appointment is scheduled to review the information with you and provide the next steps to complete the enrollment process.