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Keystone History teacher Dr. Deborah Smith Johnston has received of the 2019 Pioneers in World History Award, given by the World History Association (WHA).
It is with profound sadness that I write to inform you all of the sudden and tragic death of a member of the Keystone Class of 2018, Johnson Li Yaojia.
Keystone is a special community nestled in the hills of Shunyi comprised of students, teachers, faculty, and staff from China and the world.
The 2018-2019 academic year at Keystone Academy was a momentous year for this special community.
From May 30th to June 1st, Keystone's Department of Performing Arts produced a magnificent modern rendition of William Shakespeare's play, The Tempest.
As the evening dusk began to descend upon Shunyi, the heat rays of the impending summer slowly enveloped all those members of the community at Keystone Academy who had congregated on the Academy's central quad to celebrate the accomplishments of the forty-seven-member group of graduating students that comprise the Class of 2019.
Recently eight Grade 9 to 11 Keystone students competed in the ACAMIS High School math competition.
Originally from Tianjin, Cynthia Xing is a young woman that is often times overlooked by her more flamboyant and extravagantly dressed peers.
In 1597, William Shakespeare wrote a play titled, The Merry Wives of Windsor. Shakespeare's iconic work produced one of the best-known adages in the English-speaking world, which has since been translated into other languages. Shakespeare wrote, "Why, then, the world's mine oyster, which I with sword will open."
A Native Beijinger and member of the one of the founding families at Keystone, Steven Shi began his tenure at the Academy when he was in Grade 8.

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