We’re proud to have featured Ben Pomales, head of school at Keystone Prep in Odessa, Florida.
Keystone Prep Highschool, a not-for-profit school, started about 7 years, it’s the second iteration of the school. A group of parents realized that there were not a lot of good options for students that mainstream education could serve. They were concerned about their students not being able to thrive in the traditional school environment. Those parents went on to put their money together to found Keystone Prep Highschool.
The school owns about 41 acres of land, and a 2,500 square foot gymnasium. The school offers grades 9-12. What sets Keystone Prep apart? Small class sizes and individualized support. The school believes that education isn’t a one size fits all philosophy when it comes to student success.
The biggest challenge the school faces is how it will continue providing support to students. The school relies heavily on donations to keep it running and that’s where you can help. If you believe in quality education catered to each school, Keystone Prep High School is a great learning institution to get behind.
To learn more about Keystone Prep, visit here: www.keystoneprep.org.
To watch the podcast episode, visit here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3QQwqIKwLU&feature=youtu.be.
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