Keystone Oaks School District is an above average, public school district located in Pittsburgh, PA. It has 1,912 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 72% in reading.
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Keystone Oaks School District Reviews
Keystone Oaks School District has given me a great education and well-prepared me for becoming a productive and successful member of society. All of my teachers are extremely well-qualified and exceptionally intelligent. This school has given me many opportunities to explore career paths and college options. I have access to countless resources, such as tutoring, guest speakers, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application workshop, and many others. My guidance counselors have made the college application and decision processes much easier and less stressful. I'm quite grateful for them and their help. The superintendent of Keystone Oaks is also one of the kindest and most caring people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. He makes a strong effort to talk with every student and faculty member, and make the district the best it can be. I'm very happy with the education I have received here, and although I am excited to graduate in June, I'll miss Keystone Oaks.
We're only in the elementary school level right now, but Dormont has the best teachers around. We've had some truly amazing, inspiring teachers. They have started a morning video news with students writing and producing. They have a 4th grade monthly news letter. Battle of the Books is coming up and Odyssey of the Mind. We have a diverse population and diverse activities in the school to showcase that. Our PFO is amazing and creative and there's such a community focus with activities. Lots of sports to engage in and teach the kids. Our support staff is great. Amazing Principal and Counselor. Could not be happier. And I have teacher family members and friends in other districts and they're always surprised by how much is done for our kids and the love the community feels for Dormont Elementary. Go KO!
Keystone Oaks High school is very close school district, where pretty much all the students in each grade know each other because we have grown up together since kindergarten. Those that we did not meet in elementary school, we met in middle school when the three elementary schools in the school district combined. High school was a lot more fun than middle school because we had so much more freedom, but as a freshman I was confused and did not understand the importance of GPA's and honors classes and AP classes and college credit, though there was not an option to take AP classes as a freshman, I still did not understand what it meant. I did do well in high school, getting nominated for NHS, but I think that it would be important for teachers and administrators or someone in the district to inform and explain to the oncoming high school students,and even the lower classmen in high school,the importance of GPA and doing well and challenging yourself in school.