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​​Keystone Academy is a free public charter school serving kindergarten through 8th grade. Our exceptional education means seats are filling fast, so apply today​!

Why Keystone Academy?

Founded on academic excellence, moral focus, parental partnership, and student responsibility, Keystone Academy is a school like no other – one that can lead to a lifetime of success. We set high standards, focus on real-world skills, problem solving, and how to be a good citizen. Our exceptional teachers meet students at their ability level and challenge them to go beyond. Our students also draft a social contract that reinforces their commitment to their school, their teacher, and each other.

"I love that this school not only has a high focus on education but on character, morals and respect. They live it and teach it every day! " - Keystone Academy Parent
Top Reasons Parents Send Their Children To Our School: *
1 Teachers are great at communicating with parents.
2 Children receive individual attention and instruction.
3 The curriculum provides moral focus as well as academics.
* Based on actual 2013 surveys administered to parents of kids who were returning to Keystone Academy

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Congratulations to Patricia P. from Keystone Academy for winning last week's drawing for the iPad mini! According to Patricia, "Keystone Academy has made a huge impact in my daughter's life and we truly appreciate the school’s commitment." Don’t forget to play our Search-Learn-Win contest today. We posted our last question yesterday, so time is running out. Visit with your answer for a chance to win an iPad mini!
Keystone AcademyWed - Jul 30
Dear Families, Thank you so much for all of the parents and students that participated in Wednesdays at Keystone this week. This was the third week and we continue to have a great turnout with over 40 students receiving additional support from the volunteers. Summer is in full swing. The key to success this week is to go out and explore. Summer is an important time for kids to find new interests and spend time trying out new things. Take a moment to make a list with your children of new things to try before summer is over. Bowling? Swimming? Hiking? Bike Riding? We can get so used to doing the same things over and over we forget to try something new. Reading comprehension is better when kids have lots of experiences to help them make connections with the text. Summer Adventure Idea: Act like a tourist in your hometown! Check out your local tourism center or the state’s website on things to do. It can be fun to discover a new local treasure. LIKE US! on facebook for daily summer fun activities at There are two more sessions remaining for Wednesdays at Keystone. The following is information regarding the Summer Learning Program. Remaining Dates for Wednesdays at Keystone: Wednesday, August 6, 2014 Wednesday, August 13, 2014 Times: Start Time: 10:00 a.m. End Time: 12:00 p.m. What to Bring: ThinkStretch Workbook Pencil Middle School Community Service: The 6-8th grade students may receive 2 hours of community service each week that they volunteer. Parents MUST contact Mrs. Hartsock a minimum of 1 week ahead of time in order for the students to volunteer and receive credit towards community service. The telephone number is 734-697-9470. The email address is Please remember that students must be picked up promptly at 12:00 p.m. The office closes at that time. Thank you for partnering with Keystone Academy to help ensure learning throughout the summer. Thank you, Mrs. Hartsock
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