is named after Francis Scott Key (1790-1843), author of our national anthem, “The Star Spangled Banner.” Key
School or Escuela Key was one of the pioneers in two-way immersion programs. The immersion program was established at Key
School 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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American Education Week Ends With Wimpy Kid Day!
“We have a treat for you!” promised NEA Secretary-Treasurer Princess Moss to the students of Francis Scott Key Elementary in Arlington, Va., on Friday morning, the last day of American Education Week.
“Is it candy?” whispered one boy.
APS Encourages Parents and School Staff to Participate in 'SPEAK UP' Survey
APS encourages all parents and school staff to participate in the 2014 Speak Up Survey. The results will be used to update APS and schools on student access to computers and the internet at home; develop baseline measures for the personalized learning device initiative; and gather stakeholder feedback on virtual learning, digital textbooks and parent resources. To take the survey, please click on the icon below.
Key Elementary School is an International Spanish Academy School with the Ministry of Education Spain
A member of the Exxon Mobil Educational Alliance Program