Targeted grade levels and focus areas

Project Keystone is designed to support achievement of educationally disadvantaged students in grades 9-12, focusing specifically on students whose previous academic achievement has left them without the necessary credits, grade point average and academic skills to meet state graduation requirements. Through the use of an Individualized Graduation Plan (IGP),  students will have access to remedial courses, credit recovery opportunities, as well as tutoring during and after school. The IGPs include a monitoring system to identify achievement barriers such as social, emotional issues, and attendance issues, along with a professional staff, available to provide students with needed services. Engaging instruction that includes one-to-one computing and blended learning opportunities are also provided through the project.