Key School is named after Francis Scott Key (1790-1843), author of our national anthem, “The Star Spangled Banner.” KeySchool or Escuela Key was one of the pioneers in two-way immersion programs. The immersion program was established at KeySchool in 1986 with a first grade class, and one grade was added each year as the initial cohort advanced. Kindergarten was added in 1991.
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CONGRATULATIONS MS. RUSSELL!!
Key ES is proud to have Erica Russell as the Arlington Public Schools teacher of the year!
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