Ideas, old and new, connect in bright young minds. Students and teachers connect within nimble learning/teaching interactions. Personalities connect and lifelong friendships flourish. Students connect with their own strengths and challenges, and grow in character, intellect, and ability.
This June, six Keystone students and Head of Upper School, Bill Spedding, spent 10 days in Costa Rica. While visiting ecotourism hotspots, the group kayaked and zip lined, saw exotic wildlife, patrolled the beach by moonlight for sea turtles and practiced their Spanish along the way. Seen here along the Caribbean coast at Gandoca after doing beach clean-up, this group of intrepid travelers have many fond memories of Costa Rica's "Pura Vida."