Key School Class of 2022 will graduate six seniors this Saturday, May 21, at 9 am at our new campus. Key School is a specialized school for kids with learning differences. A graduation is a big event in most people’s lives but for our students graduating high school is not always a sure thing.

Each Key School graduate prepares a special speech to honor their families and communicate their personal education journey. Some of their journeys have been hard and some of their journeys are inspiring. It is more than just a graduation.

The graduation will be at 7950 John T. White Road, Fort Worth, TX 76120. Parking available on campus.

Key School has served over 8,000 students since it began in 1966. Statistics show that one in five students has a language-based learning disability. Dyslexia is the most common of the language-based learning disabilities.

There is also research that says that 62% of non-readers drop out of high school.

Key School was founded in 1966 by Mary Ann Key as a summer program for 12 students, held at a local church. Since then, the school has been housed in four different temporary locations.

Key School became a full-time private school and a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in 2005 and added new programs and services to become the Key Center for Learning Differences in 2018.

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