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Keystone Kick-Starts Education Salon Season
Thursday, August 25, 2016
On August 25, Keystone Academy hosted our first of this season's Educational Salon Series, titled "Patterns and Practices in English Language Acquisition."

Not Just for the Sake of Art: Grade 8 Seeks Meaning and Messages
Tuesday, June 07, 2016
"When we first started discussing Guernica in our Visual Arts class, I just saw chaos. And when I realized that it was a Picasso, I was even more surprised because it was just black, white and blue (or grey because it was a print out).

Art with Passion. Art with Purpose: Grade 10 Lay Out their Canvas for the Future
Thursday, June 02, 2016
The chubby, cherub-like face of a child looks up at you, but her eyes are clenched shut, as if begging for mercy. And you suddenly notice that she is a fish.

Keystone's First Community Fair
Thursday, May 26, 2016
Fun, food and family – the ideal combination for a beautiful sunny day in Beijing. And Keystone's first annual spring fair brought all of these together on 21 May.

Li Yundi, Chai Liang and Warren Mok on One Stage: Keystone Organizes Its First Open Air Concert
Thursday, May 26, 2016
Spring, its scintillating blossoms and soothing breeze, has inspired many an artist. Botticelli's Primavera, Brown's The Pretty Baa-Lambs, Monet's Springtime, van Gogh's Almond Blossom are just a few of the stupendous manifestations on canvas that come to mind.

Creativity and Collaboration to the Finish Line: A House Competition with a Difference
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
The tempo and energy in the Performing Arts Center was high at 9pm on Friday, 20 May. Proudly wearing their house t-shirts, close to 150 Keystone students – residential and day – cheered their housemates as they danced, sang, presented, and performed, as part of the Arts House Competition.

Echoes of Learning: Keystone Students Take their Lessons Beyond the Classroom
Thursday, May 19, 2016
"I suddenly heard echoes of ancient Chinese poems, and I recognized them from the lessons I gave my grade 4 students in class. Then, I realized that it was my students who were singing, inspired by the blissful beauty of the ancient city of Pingyao.

Learning on the Wild Side: Grade 2 Explores the Rainforests
Thursday, May 19, 2016
Walk into the grade 2 classrooms, and you may feel like you are in the middle of a rainforest. Vines and different species of animals made out of decorative paper cover the classroom ceilings, giving the students an almost life-like ambience – perfect for the current IPC unit on 'Saving The World,' focused on the theme of rainforests.

Plots, Podcasts and a Peculiar Door to Narnia: Grade 8 Gets Mystery Busting
Thursday, May 19, 2016
"Have you ever wondered where that mysterious door between the first and second floor of the Keystone dorms lead to? Perhaps to a ventilation system, garbage disposal shoot, or is it just a door to Narnia?"

Story Through Podcast: An Audible Art
Thursday, May 19, 2016
A cacophony of clinking spoons, rustling plastic and slurping mouths filled the room, as an air of slight confusion settled over each student's face.

Exploring Earthquakes: Grade 6 Goes Beyond the Science of It All
Thursday, May 05, 2016
Over 200,000 Indonesians succumbed to the 2004 tidal earthquake that rocked the seabed of the Indian Ocean. Over half a decade later, the earthquake in the capital of Haiti left more than 300,000 dead and an equal number injured.

Reliving Shakespeare: Keystone Brings Macbeth to a Contemporary Stage
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
"Time hath, my lord, a wallet at his back. Wherein he puts alms for oblivion." One of English literature's mavericks, William Shakespeare, perhaps did not know when writing these lines in his play, Troilus and Cressida, that 400 years after his death the world would still be his stage.

Made by Students. Told by Students: Students Inform Parents About Academic Progress
Thursday, April 21, 2016
Confucius once said that there are three ways of learning: first by reflection, which is the noblest; second by imitation, which is the easiest

Three Destinations, One Purpose: Learning With A Difference
Thursday, April 21, 2016
Learning by doing is one of the penultimate forms of learning, only to be surpassed by a learning that is an act in response to another's need;


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Keystone Academy

  • A new world school
  • 全新的教育模式
  • A new model of education in china
  • 真正的世界学校
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