Head of School's Corner
This is the time of year when we make decisions about some important aspects of the next academic year, the year 2018/2019. Current teachers whose contracts end in June have decided if they wish to stay at Keystone or leave, and we are in the high season for recruiting new teachers. As usual at the beginning of January, our trustees have set the tuition fee and the overall compensation increase for the coming year, and re-enrollment contracts will go out very soon. And, of course, our first graduating class, the Keystone Class of 2018, is in the midst of the complex college application process. I wish to report briefly on all three areas.
I’ll take college admission news first. I received some very positive responses to my December letter to our Keystone family. I sense agreement with the view that I expressed there that what our graduates do in college, and how they lead their lives after college, is more important than where they go to college. That said, we do want our …
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