Art, whether painting, clay, design, music, dance, theater, or many others, plays a role in everything that we do.



We hold childhood sacred and strive to protect the joy and wonder of discovery that children naturally possess so that they feel safe enough to take risks and have space and time to find their true selves.



We strive to foster a child’s ability to experience emotional, social, physical, spiritual, and academic success by allowing them to be self-directed learners who learn from their failures in a safe and loving environment.



We encourage students to take the time and find the space to learn through play, exploration, and discovery.



True learning happens when children find their courage to take risks, fail, and try again. We strive to foster perseverance and grit in the face of good challenge.



We strive to remove the fear of failure so that students can walk into learning with a joy that leads straight to creativity and innovation.


Fresh Air

From the pasture to the pond to the trees, sandboxes, and lawns, we value, protect, and promote as much fresh air and outside learning as possible.

Why Keystone?

Reminders and Updates

1) Back to School Parent Night will be on Thursday, August 25th starting at 6:30 p.m. This is a Parents Only evening. 

2) Labor Day is Monday, September 5th. There will be No School on this day.  

3) BINGO NIGHT will be Friday, September 9th going from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. 

4) Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held on Monday, October 10th. There will be No School on this day.  


To Keystone and Beyond

To Keystone and Beyond
Keystone’s annual spring auction, “To Keystone and Beyond,” will be held the evening of Saturday, April 2nd at the First Presbyterian Church of Edmond. Items from local businesses and individuals along with amazing art created by our students will be up for bid in a live and silent auction. The public is invited to this event for a ticket price of $30 per adult, with all ticket sales going to support the school. Read More