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Annapolis, MD

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534 Hillsmere Drive
Annapolis, MD 21403

(410) 263-9231
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December 03, 2014
Amazing opportunity for students, very liberal arts oriented, music, reading, environmental, cost is high, and worth it! Scholarships available for minorities mostly.

- submitted by a parent
November 25, 2014
Key School is outstanding and an incredible academic environment where students thrive because they are nurtured at all levels. Key is superior for its rigorous academics, exceptional attention to a student's intellectual and emotional development, and its adventurous outdoor education program. From our experience, it is the best school around.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2014
I chose Key for my daughters because I wanted an environment where learning was an exploration; I wanted my children to absorb information through all of their senses, not just their ears. Having spent 12 years as a student at Key, I can attest for the "hands on" nature of the curriculum throughout all levels. Learning at Key is never passive; students are expected to join in daily discussions, to ask questions, to challenge each other and to learn from not only the teacher but their peers. I also know that while the journey is important, the goal is equally so. The list of college acceptances each year is astounding. More than half of my class at Key applied and was accepted "early decision" to highly selective colleges. My class has now spent more years apart than we did together but we are still fast friends, spread across the globe as lifelong learners. I can't imagine a better place for my children to grow and explore their worlds, and I will forever be indebted to Key for my strong foundation.

- submitted by a parent
June 21, 2014
In the name of diversity, inclusion and openness Key is like Peyton Place. A lack of role models among the teachers. It's essentially anything goes and you have to accept it. No one is held to a standard of conduct. Contrast that with Severn where strict decorum and high standards are enforced. Teachers take very seriously the "role model" ethos for personal conduct. Key has abdicated this in the name of political correctness. No personal conduct among the teachers, no matter how egregious is challenged. If you are looking for a school that models behavior and takes seriously the idea of role models, look elsewhere. The academics are good, perhaps very good, but character development isn't on the map. Anything goes.

- submitted by a parent
April 10, 2014
As a graduate of the Key School, I have critique of the institution as a whole. Well into my undergraduate career at a highly competitive liberal arts college, I will preface by saying that Key offered me a foundation that allowed me to find academic success in college. My easy transition was made possible by Key's curriculum and some of the school's incredible teachers. Having said that, I have plenty of complaints about the school's culture. Other than having a tendency to socially shelter its students, I find the school's lack of diversity to be absolutely unacceptable. In addition to having very few students of color in my graduating class, I often noticed the institutional tokenization of students of color, students of queer identities and low-income students. Unfortunately, the homogeny of white, upper-middle class cis-gendered persons is not a reality in the greater world and Key refuses to address these delicate, yet critical issues.

- submitted by a community member
April 08, 2014
Key School was the defining experience of my young adult life. I am now a professor of Chinese History at Stanford University, recently tenured, and there is not a month that goes by that I do not think back upon my 8 years at Key School with affection, admiration, and pride. In terms of sheer intellectual power, Key School easily rivaled and surpassed my subsequent experience at Johns Hopkins, my Freshman year at which felt familiar if not slow-paced owing to my preparation at Key. It was not until I entered the PhD program at Columbia University that I felt as nurtured and challenged as I had at Key, surrounded not only by compelling faculty but also fellow students hungry to explore and pose questions, day in and day out. If I still lived in Maryland still, I would without question want to send my children to Key. I cannot speak for my fellow alumni, but I can say that their pathways through life have been inspiring (for interest of anonymity I can only outline educational careers): University of Chicago, Brown, Grinnell, Stanford, and the list goes on. Without qualification I can say that I love Key School and would eagerly recommend it to anyone who sought my advice.

- submitted by a community member
February 06, 2014
The Key School has been a life changing experience for my son! He is the happiest I have ever seen him and has grown intellectually, socially, and emotionally. This our first year at Key, in 6th grade. My son has an notably high IQ and is absolutely THRIVING at Key, more than I could have imagined. His confidence has grown phenomenally, his desire to do well in school is great now - he used to have zero passion to do well, now he really looks forward to school and in learning. The faculty takes the time to understand the him, what motivates him to learn, his strengths and his weaknesses. Where there is a weakness, the teachers spend compassionate time helping him develop and grow. The transition from a very good huge public school in Howard County to a private school in Annapolis was a difficult change. The faculty focused carefully on his transition; the support structure there is like nothing I have seen in schools before. We drive 45 minutes each way to get to school and it is the best investment in time!! My son has Dysgraphia (struggles with physical writing) and the school has been fantastic in having him use a laptop for much of his work. He is now an avid writer. :}

- submitted by a parent
January 20, 2014
Great school. Innovative. Only criticism is that it focuses on making the kids the center of the universe and that may be not serving them well when they hit "the real world." Also fresh blood coming in key leadership positions which is a good thing.

- submitted by a parent
December 30, 2013
Don't believe the "small class size" stuff. In Middle School I am seeing 19-20 kids in class jam packed into class rooms that weren't built for that many kids. Also, take a look at the cost of McDonough vs. Key - exactly the same but compare the college acceptances - totally different. Key School is WAY too expensive for what it provides.

- submitted by a parent
December 18, 2013
This is my daughter's first year at Key and we couldn't be happier! The teachers are absolutely amazing. At her last school, my daughter was a straight A student. When she got to Key, she was behind in math. Her excellent math teacher has worked with her to get caught up, and she just scored 100 on her math test! She also needed tutoring in music, and through the dedication of her music teacher, has caught up to the rest of her class. She is an advanced reader, and Key is the perfect place for that type of student. She is happy and challenged; her humanities teacher is just amazing. When I read previous posts about Key being "undisciplined" I couldn't disagree more. Students are given freedom and responsibility. There were a lot of behaviour problems at her last school, but the teachers here do not put up with that here. But they are respectful to the kids and clearly earn their respect in return. Amazing curriculum, outstanding teachers, excellent outdoor education and music programs and very nice kids and families.

- submitted by a parent
November 12, 2013
I have to comment about this school. I was at the Open house this last Sunday Nov 10th with my kids and after the 2 hours middle school tours, my kid just fell in love. My son wants to start like tomorrow. I will say kudos!!! I was sold after the two hours. The teachers, the curriculum, parents involvement, the science teacher, the music teacher (22years), etc. The upper school, the SAT mean score, the campus, etc. Keep up the good work guys!!!! Looking forward to be a parent 2014-2015

- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2013
Key School has been an excellent choice for my two daughters who both started in the preschool. I looked for a place where my children would become lovers of reading, critical thinkers, problem solvers, and well-rounded, passionate individuals. Key has been all that and more! Each of them have different personalities and learning styles and Key has met both of their needs. They love going to school each day and don't want to leave. How many kids can say that? Every staff member in their schools knows them by name. It is a great community and a great place to learn and grow. I, too, have learned so much as I've walked alongside them in their educational journey. If you're looking for drill-and-kill and lots of worksheets for homework every night, this is not the place for you. If you are looking for a place where kids learn to be independent thinkers and that there is more than one way to solve a problem; are able (and required) to present their thinking; and are excited to discuss what they are learning daily, then this is your school! One reviewer commented that Key only focuses on creating good people. Well, that's a mighty fine and noble priority in my opinion!!!!

- submitted by a parent
October 31, 2013
FACT: Graduates of the Key School, as a percentage, matriculate into "highly," "very," and "most" competitive colleges at a higher rate than Severn, St. Mary's and Indian Creek. Not even close. I guess you could make your school decision based on personality differences described in the comments below or you could make it on academic performance and achievement.

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2013
I can't say enough good things about key School. Our son attended public school until he started at key in 9th Grade. He is now in tenth and doing extremely well. My favorate thing about Key School is that they teach children how to think for themselves and problem solve as opposed to just memorizing text. The school is not cheap but is a great investment in my son's future. Also, they have a wonderful committed staff .

- submitted by a parent
October 04, 2013
Our daughter, who is now in the Upper School, has been at Key since Pre-School and has gotten an excellent education. The rigorous academics and emphasis on discussion and writing, we believe, will be invaluable in college. What drew us to Key many years ago was the fact that it went from Pre-School through 12th grade, that foreign languages were taught beginning at the elementary school level, and that it had an extensive outdoor education program. We have not been disappointed. If you're looking for a school for your child, come visit. It's a beautiful campus!

- submitted by a parent
October 01, 2013
Key School is amazing and I highly recommend it to anyone who really wants their child to learn the value of independent thinking. My daughter has learned to push herself out of her comfort zone and try new things because she has been in a safe environment that encourages kids to speak up, share their thoughts, work together and appreciate differences. She has strong opinions, but she also understands the importance of listening to what others have to say. She likes school, she likes her teachers, and she loves her friends--thank you Key School!

- submitted by a parent
October 01, 2013
An engaging curriculum and faculty who inspire! Our two daughters have been at Key for over a decade each. And, while we have considered other schools, our own daughters have been the ones to analyze the differences among schools and highlight what really defines Key - the classroom and the faculty. The curriculum at Key is rich with content, discussion and collaborative projects that challenge our girls to be analytical, thoughtful, and even confident enough to assert an opinion that may be divergent. It's a supportive and respectful classroom environment in which questions are encouraged and ideas are shared. The energy of the classroom and the excitement of learning don t end at dismissal. As Pre/Lower School students, our girls were always sharing details of the fun and curious explorations of the day. Now, as Middle/Upper School students, they are bringing to the dinner table conversations of scientific inquiry, ancient history, global issues, as well as political, social and moral debate. Their ideas are BIG! The impact of such an engaging curriculum would not be felt, however, without teachers who inspire learning and truly care for their students. Thank you, Key!

- submitted by a parent
September 10, 2013
No security!!!! No locks used when kids are in school! Serious lack of concern for safety of the children. No crossing guards or police present in the morning when every child's parent is driving them into school. They have only two buses, so everyone drives in to drop off their child!!! A complete cluster at drop off in the morning! No exterior lights outside. I came in to pick my daughter from aftercare and they were playing in the dark outside! Horrible to think what would happen if someone were to take a child! Horrible unsafe school. For all that money you spend, you wonder where it is going?

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2013
We are so pleased and happy with Key school. This is a school that goes beyond everything else, excellent teachers, excellent curriculum, excellent administration and excellent parents. My son is so happy and we can see that he learns something new everyday. Not conviced? compare the Key curriculum to any other school and you will see why they are the best school in Annapolis.

- submitted by a parent
July 21, 2013
I'm about to start my junior year, and I've been here since second grade. Sometimes at sleepovers my friends and I just burst into discussions about morality. I'm not even joking, that happens, and not just when there's a paper due, either. The overall approach is not to teach to the test, but to get students to learn; there is no tracking, anyone with a good enough grade in the right class can take an advanced class in high school, and every advanced class is AP optional. The highlight of the high school program, in my opinion, would have to be the humanities department: literature, history and philosophy are all taught with the students and teacher sitting around a table discussing a reading and the principles behind it. The science and math programs are excellent too. The mandatory biology course is incredibly intense, and the year finishes with a multiple-day biology field trip. Key offers college-level calculus as well as advanced courses in statistics, biology, physics, and chemistry. The student body is incredible; we wrote, produced and directed a musical revue this year with about fifty dollars, on the idea of one student. Key is well-balanced and very challenging.

- submitted by a community member
July 18, 2013
I have been a parent at Key for 10 years, and have had experience in each of the 4 divisions (pre-school through upper school). I am continually impressed by the academic standards and rigor, the strong sense of community among students, faculty and parents, and the overall love of learning that has been instilled in my two very different children. My oldest is currently visiting top-rated colleges and where she plans to major in the sciences. She is active in sports, theater and music as well. This is typical at Key, which has a long history of nurturing well-rounded students who have the ability to participate in a wide array of activities.

- submitted by a parent
June 09, 2013
I have been a parent of Key School kids for years and am thrilled with the school, it's program, the culture, and the way my kids are learning, developing and thriving there. The program is rigorous, and the academics are strong across the board. The faculty knows every student and their learning styles, and can modulate the curriculum in ways to support kids when they're struggling and challenge kids with enrichment when they're advanced. The amount of individual attention and mutual respect between students and their teachers is incredible. The students are active in their education and develop lifelong skills that take them beyond just "making the grade" but really help them know how to dig deeper, persevere, overcome obstacles and enjoy the process of learning. It's a community that fosters appreciation of different points of view and backgrounds, and encourages kids to take risks, try new things, and push themselves beyond where they may have thought they could go. My kids are challenged, but seem to enjoy the challenge. It's cool to be smart here, and each student raises the bar for their peers. The enthusiastic attitude my kids have for school is invaluable.

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2013
Tomorrow my son will graduate from The Key School after 15 outstanding years. I can't say enough about his experience. He honestly could not wait to get to school every single day. From debating in the classroom to giving his all with his team mates on the sports field he has grown into an amazing young man. I am so grateful the the Key School for all the wonderful opportunities he has had and the excellent program they offer. Thank you Key!

- submitted by a parent
May 21, 2013
I don't normally write reviews, although often read them and generally take on board whatever comments were posted. In this case I'm moved to write because I know how valuable parent feedback is when trying to find the right school, especially if you are making sacrifices to cover the costs of a private education. We have one child in the pre-school at Key, and based on our experience with the staff and wider parent community (and, contrary to the standard perception of private school Key families come from all cultures and walks of life) I cannot recommend it more fully. It's tough to summarize, but in a nutshell the teaching is rigorous, dynamic, creative, inspiring and caring. Courtesy, respect, tolerance and friendliness are considered key values and go hand in hand with with literacy, science and math skills. Ultimately it's such a personal choice for every family as to what they feel their priorities amount to, but for what it's worth our own experience has surpassed all expectation. If I had to point to a criticism, I honestly can't. I'm sure we'll have some as the years go by, but right now our pre-schooler loves going to school and we could not be more excited for her.

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2013
My child is a pre-K4 student at Key. My rating is based on our experience as a first year family at Key. Our experience has been wonderful here. Our child already had a strong background and has been given even more of a foundation. She cannot wait to attend school and is so excited to learn. The information she is coming up with astounds me at times. The administration has been great. We have no complaints. Yes, the school is pricey, but we really feel like it is the best place for our child.

- submitted by a parent
May 16, 2012
We left the Key School and are so glad we did. Our only regret is that we didn't leave sooner. What a waste of money. To be fair, the music program is excellent, but the rest of the academics are just average. But the biggest reason we left is that the kids have no structure and are undisciplined. The kids have all the control and they know it. In the lower grades, the kids are called "friends" buy their teachers- just to give you an idea of who is in charge! Some kids are really wild and out of control. In the upper grades, this gives the kids have a ridiculous sense of entitlement and an unrealistic sense of self worth. No wonder local businesses are hesitant to hire these kids. They have been so mislead- the kids really don;t think its "fair" to have to work on a friday or saturday night. And don't even get me started on some of the tramp outfits the girls are allowed to wear to school (I was told kids are encouraged to express themselves. So no dress code- even when ridiculous amounts of skin are showing). Its too bad, the school really could be great, but as it stands, it is really overpriced (unless of course you want a spoiled, entitled kid with no real world exp)

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2012
This school does an excellent job marketing itself in all areas. In reality, it is way too expensive for what it does offer. The best thing about it is that the the buildings and grounds are attractive. However, it does not have strong academics in either lower, middle or high school, with the middle school being the weakest.

- submitted by a parent
December 14, 2011
The Key School has its ups and downs. The lower and upper schools are very strong, while the middle school and pre-school grades are quite lacking in comparison. The middle school lacks focus and is not very rigorous compared to a good public school - it certainly isn't worth the money. The upper school is extremely academical invigorating, and prepares students well for college. In general the Key school community is small, tight knit and very liberal. I would not recommend sending your child here if you are a conservative on any issue. At the same time, the focus on personal development and environmental awareness is admirable. The music and arts programs are unusual, but generally effective. The Orf Program is used in the lower and middle schools - it works for the younger kids, but pretending to be trees and playing recorders in middle school tends to look ridiculous. The upper school is very involved in vocal groups and musical theater. Sports are certainly not a strong suit, but poor teams allow for more kids to participate. My overall recommendation is that the upper school is the only division that is worth the money - but just barely.

- submitted by a parent
November 10, 2011
Key School is excellent! I transferred my child from a highly rated NW DC school and feel Key is as good if not better (for his learning style). My child currently in K has grown so much in the last couple of months. His reading has skyrocketed and he loves going every day. I do not agree with some of the reviews because they do have a schedule (structure) and he is learning tons. Coming from a house of educators HOMEWORK does not equal LEARNING. (Although Key has assignments that come home almost daily, they just don't need to be turned in...) Most schools that have "homework" which I use loosely for very young children, the parents are doing it. It is a "hippie / green / granola" type of school, which I love. I'm not necessarily like that but it fosters creativity. Children are taught how to think (out the box), to explore and have questions. I pay for my child to go to this school not to socialize as a parent, and not to just learn ABCs, any school can do that. I believe this school promotes and encourages the very best of children, CREATIVITY, INDEPENDENT/CRITICAL THINKING, COMMUNITY & A LOVE FOR LEARNING. That combo is very special and does not come around often!

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2011
The preschool is not worth the money. We paid full tuition. There is no structure to the day or emphasis on the basics such as letters and numbers. On good weather days they stay outside for extended periods of time because it is easier on the teachers. On any given day the nurses office has atleast one angst filled teenager dodging class. It is a day care country club. Save your money.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 27, 2010
I completely agree with post dated 12/13/08, 3/27/06 and 1/13/05. If you are looking for strong academics for your child, do not send the to any classes in the Preschool Building at Key. I am half way through the school year and I am disappointed with my daughter progress. It is plain to see that K is treated more like daycare than an academic school which I guess I should have realized when I was told she would not have homework and would be placed in the Preschool building.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2010
If you are interested in establishing a partnership with the faculty, then Key School is an excellent place for you to send your child. Key is a collaborative environment, where the sky is the limit. Learning possibilities are endless. Students hold personal responsibility for their success.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 17, 2009
Key is awsome. you get to meet so many different people. Everyone has fun as well as getting a fabulous education. Key is a very relaxed school compared to the other private schools that I have gone to and the students have a voice. Key school is great.

- submitted by a student
no rating October 17, 2009
My school is the greatest because the class are small and very challenging. There is also an outdoor education program which realy gives a lot of hands-on experience. I love this school and the structure of the whole program.

- submitted by a parent
September 20, 2009
Key School is an excellent academic, athletic, and theatre social enviroment. unlike other schools, key school provides a open campus were there are teacher ALWAYS patrolling around. Like public schools, at this school you can wear whatever you would like, just as long as it isnt destracting, flashy. the staff at this fabulous school is very helpfull, my daughter and son find math very difficult, so the teacher provide after school tutoring absolutely free. For athletics, free after school sports start in middle school. I would strongly suggest this school to many children.

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2009
The Key School is a wondeful environment for students eager to learn. The Lower and Upper Schools are fantastic while the Middle School doesn't meet up with the others' standards, although Middle School is tough in any school. In Upper School, students are expected to do a lot of homework, but most kids manage and pull off homework, sports, theatre and other extra curriculars. The most astounding thing to me is how everyone is accepted to try anything at Key. On any given day you will see a typical 'jock' going to classes and sports practice after school, then going to the musical rehersal or chorus rehersal. Key is a fabulous fit if you're willing to learn and realize the wonderful place it is. Remember, no place is perfect!

- submitted by a parent
May 03, 2009
More than 25% of Key students are on some form of scholarship...perhaps you could give your children this wonderful opportunity.

- submitted by a parent
December 13, 2008
Key School is an excellent opportunity for status-conscious parents with high incomes to network socially. As for education, it's not worth the cash compared to a good public school and a parent who cares.

- submitted by a community member
October 27, 2008
Key School is a magical place where students blossom into excited, motivated, and confident learners. Our family feels so priveledged to be part of the Key School community.

- submitted by a parent
August 02, 2008
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- submitted by a student
December 13, 2007
I have been attending Key School for 11 years and I love it so much. The program is challenging, and engaging for students who are eager to learn. The opportunities are endless as far as the sports, fine and performing arts, and the extracurricular activities are concerned. I suggest to take a take a tour of the campius too ebcuase it is beautiful.

- submitted by a student
December 02, 2006
For parents seeking an independent school with a rigorous academic environment, Key is an excellent choice. The School's primary academic focus is to encourage an analytical approach to learning, rather than simply forcing students to memorize and regurgitate facts. Key kids learn to become critical thinkers, very capable writers, and articulate communicators by the time they graduate. Our oldest son graduated in 2005 and my wife and I have two other sons who are thriving at Key in the Middle and Upper Schools. All of the boys enjoy the intimate learning environment at the School and have very strong interpersonal relationships with their teachers. The School also has a very strong fine and performing arts program in which almost every student participates. The parent community is active in the School and very welcoming to new parents. My family and I love the Key School.

- submitted by a parent
May 23, 2006
I am a parent of a 1st Grade Key Student and I couldn't be happier about the quality of education she is receiving. The teachers care and are actively engaged in all aspects of the child's development and academic progress. Class sizes are kept small (a top priority for me and my wife) and the campus environment is something special. Obviously, I wish the tuition payments were lower, but, as the saying goes, you get what you pay for.

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2006
Key School = ivory tower ideals and qualified teachers who lack real world experience. The pre-school lacks the structure and personnel to help kids navigate ages 3-6: safety was a concern! Has look and feel of an artist's colony.

- submitted by a parent
December 05, 2005
As a former student to the Key School curriculum I believe I can safely say that the Lower and Upper School programs at Key are outstanding. The Middle School lags behind the other two programs in terms of quality. However, this should not discourage you from attending Key. There are opportunities in this school which cannot be obtained in any public school, or many private schools. I highly recommend the Key School.

- submitted by a student
April 28, 2005
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- submitted by a former student
February 22, 2005
Key School is wonderful. Without a doubt our daughter is receiving a superb education, but beyond this, she is excited about ideas, about school, and about making a difference in the world around her. She feels empowered and we credit much of this self-assuredness to the environment at Key. The faculty are truly invested in these students. The expectations are high, but in addition to feeling challenged, they also feel supported, and they value the relationships with their teachers. We have been parents at Key School for six years and have a daughter in the Lower School. Key is a close-knit community and we are familiar with many of the Upper School students as well. These students are articulate, responsible and thoughtful, they are involved with athletics, theater, and community service. If the proof is in the pudding, look at the listing of college acceptances. Key School is a gem.

- submitted by a parent
January 13, 2005
My daughter was in Kindergarten here last year and it turned out to be a giant disappointment. She loved attending (teachers were very nice), but was taught virtually nothing. In our experience, kindergartners are treated like babies here and not expected, or encouraged to excel at anything. The administrator was given notice that my daughter was an avid reader, with advanced abilities before she ever began the kindergarten program, and we were assured that she 'would be a very challenged little girl' in their program. This turned out to becompletely untrue. In my opinion, their program is lovely for children of average and below average abilities, but they do nothing for children with advanced abilities. When we conferred with them about wanting my daughter to be challenged, they were completely unsupportive. My daughter is currently in 2nd grade (skipped a year) in our local public school and it is working out much better.

- submitted by a parent
November 23, 2004
As a parent of a Key School kindergarten student, I can't begin to tell you how thrilled I am about the school. The staff at Key is constantly involved in my child's development and communicates their findings with me on a regular and helpful basis. Moreover, my child LOVES going to school ... which says loads about the education she's receiving. Strongly recommend this school ... it's expensive but anything worthwhile usually is.

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2004
The Key middle school is very easy, and does not adequately prepare its students for Key upper school. The Key upper school is extremely difficult, and students receive huge amounts of homework. Many highschoolers are very stressed, and many want to leave the school. Only those who never get stressed should consider the school. It is almost impossible to get straight A's while still having any kind of a life. Many highschoolers don't do there homework, and get by with B's or C's. However, if you want your child to be able to do all the work they are assigned I would not recommend Key.

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March 11, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2003
The Key School is an excellent school that provides an excellent academic environment and 'family' atmosphere that makes it a comfortable setting for most people, but the cost is prohibitive. A must see and great network of parents and teachers.

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August 20, 2003
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Key School
534 Hillsmere Drive, Annapolis, MD  21403
(410) 263-9231
Last modified Key School is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
Key School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 55 reviews. Top