Keystone is a fully active member of the Round Square network of like-minded schools (Roundsquare.org). Over 160 global schools belong to the Round Square, and this membership offers our students the opportunities to attend and plan global conferences, participate in school exchanges (grade 10s), host visiting Round Square exchange students, and join global service projects. The Round Square is informed by the IDEALS of internationalism, democracy, environmentalism, leadership, and service. In April 2018, Keystone will host the regional Round Square Conference, Dare to be a Force of Nature!
Our students have participated in the following Round Square activities since our global membership was approved in 2016:
October 2015: Round Square International Conference in Singapore as observers
October 2016: Round Square International Conference in Hamburg, Germany
November 2016: Round Square Challenge by Choice at Epsom College, Malaysia
January 2017: Round Square Global Conference at Mayo College, Jaipur, India
March 2017: Two Keystone students on exchange to St. Phillip's College, Alice Springs, Australia
March-June 2017: Keystone hosted 5 exchange students from UWC-Dover in Singapore; Collegio Nogales-Colombia; Hotchkiss-USA, and Felsted-UK.
October 2017: Round Square International Conference in Cape Town, South Africa
November 2017:Round Square Challenge by Choice at Epsom College, Malaysia
January 2018: Round Square Global Conference at Wellham Boys College, India
March-April 2018: Keystone hosting regional conference, Dare to be a Force of Nature!
Round Square International Conference: Lower Canada College; Ottawa, Canada
Round Square Globally Accessible Conference- The Rockport School; Belfast, Northern Ireland
Round Square Conference for ages 10-12; British School of Jakarta
Round Square International Conference: Emerald Heights, Indore, India
Round Square Campus Representative: Mr. Chris Cartwright, Director of Experiential Learning. Chris.firstname.lastname@example.org
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