Virtual Tours

Kinder Cottage

Our kindergarten students begin their academic journeys as they develop their imaginations, social skills. Virtually stroll through the quaint and charming building.

Lower School Library

Students in grades Kindergarten through fourth grade come to library once per week for 60 minutes.

The library routine includes a lesson, independent time and book check-out, and silent reading.

Keystone’s library also hosts two Book Fairs each year and brings children’s authors to campus for readings, visits and activities.

Founders Hall

Founders Hall holds the offices of many of Keystone’s administrators.

It was a private mansion until 1953.

The back of Founders Hall holds the Keystone cafeteria.

Jary Theater

In grades 1-4, students attend theatre once a week in the theatre loft for 50 minutes.

Each Lower School grade level presents a play or musical at the end of the semester for families and friends.

Middle School offers two productions: Fall for Grades 7-8 and Spring for Grades 5-6.

Upper School stages entirely student-run Fall and Spring productions.

Middle and Upper School Library

The Edwin Eargle Library houses the library for Middle and Upper School students.

Students can log into educational databases from inside the library or via a secure web-based platform.


Keystone’s cafeteria opens at 7am for Morning Care and stays open until 6 p.m. for Aftercare.

Students can bring their lunch or purchase meals.

Music Room

Lower School students attend music twice a week and learn through group participation and experimentation.

Middle School students attend music five times a week for a nine-week rotation.

Students continue their music instruction in Upper School.


Lower School students have P.E. daily for 30 minutes.

In Middle School, students begin playing team sports.

Keystone’s varsity teams play as members of the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools.

Science Lab

For nearly 30 years, at least one Keystone student has earned an invitation to compete at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.

Science electives include: AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Computer Science, AP Environmental Science, AP Physics, Anatomy and Physiology.

Little School

The school consists of four classrooms for children ages 3 and 4.

The Little School of Keystone opened in Fall 2012 after Keystone received the pavilion and 2 acres from the Greek American Society and the Catacalos Family as a generous gift.

When children complete their experience at the Little School, they are well prepared for the next stage in their educational journey.