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Since arriving at Keystone in 2014, Jimmy's interest in math has blossomed to the point that he considers it as the love of his life.
This year's projects covered fields that relate to the arts, development, and society of China and their connections to the world.
After sixteen weeks of learning online, Keystone Academy has opened its doors to more students from the Secondary School.
Basir's energy and story of determination and resilience have brought tears, smiles, sunshine, and everything in between to our community.
Our ninth graders show how learning and having fun can happen while observing physical distancing.
Frankie has ventured out on a journey of her own in China to break free from the expectations of everyone.
The breadth and diversity of this year's university offers demonstrates the strength of a Keystone education.
Self-confessed "birding fanatic" Ariel Chen has seen over 1,500 species of birds from Beijing to as far as South America.
Keystone celebrated a literary extravaganza that used the power of digital media to promote the passion for reading and writing.
Many of Francis's acclaimed discussions and essays have centered on his notes of "whimsical thoughts" or reflections on the mundane.

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