Art-Based

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

 

Childhood

We hold childhood sacred and strive to protect its inherant wonder so that children have the space to find their true selves.

 

Success

Our students experience emotional, social, physical, spiritual, and academic success when we allow them to be self-directed learners in a safe and loving environment.

 

Play

We encourage children to unearth a love of learning through play, exploration, and discovery.

 

Courage

When children find the courage to take risks, fail, and try again, they develop perseverance and grit in the face of any challenge.

 

Creativity

Because our students understand that failure is a part of the process, they are free to experiment with learning in creative and innovative ways.

 

Fresh Air

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

SUMMER ON THE FARM

SUMMER ON THE FARM

 

Keystone's, "Summer on the Farm," enrollment is coming soon.  Check back of February 20th, to enroll your child in our fun and exciting program.  For more information, click on the link below!!!

 

SUMMER ON THE FARM

September

Friday, September 6 - First Auction Meeting (Get your Wild Rumpus Early Bird Tickets HERE)

Friday, September 13 - Bingo Night

Friday, September 20 - First Birthday Lunch

Friday, September 27 - Field Trip 

October

Monday, October 7 - Parent/Teacher Conferences - No School

Thursday, October 17 - Monday, October 21 - Fall Break - No School

Monday, October 21 - Professional Development

Tuesday, October 22 - Classes Resume

Thursday, October 31 -  Fall Party from 2:30-3:20pm (Preschool party from 12:30pm-1pm)

 

November

Friday, November 1 - THE WILD RUMPUS!

Tuesday, November 26 - Thanksgiving Feast - 1:00 pm Release

Wednesday, November 27 - Friday, November 29 - Thanksgiving Break

Why Keystone?


Keystone Adventure School and Farm's campus is currently closed, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our children engaged in a distance learning program that included pasture, music, art, PE, Take Flight, group and individual instruction, project, and more. We completed our school year on May 13 as planned. 

Summer camps have been canceled for weeks 1-4, but we are still enrolling for weeks 5 and 6 (pending availability), and you can still reach our office remotely: 405-216-5400 or [email protected]

Thank you, and stay healthy and safe.

 

ALL SUMMER ON THE FARM CAMPS CANCELED 

 

 
  • Mission Statement

    Keystone Adventure School and Farm recognizes and values the inherent curiosity of each child, nurtures compassion, inspires the love of learning and allows children the time and experiences necessary to embrace their intellectual, creative and social selves.