Giving Each Student the Keys to Success
Located in the heart of Hillsborough County, Keystone Prep High School serves students in grades 9-12. Our students’ experience is like that of any other high school — the difference is our approach. At KPHS, we are dedicated to teaching students who may see themselves as “different,” but here, we celebrate that uniqueness. We want our students to be themselves as faculty and staff encourage them to become their best and brightest version. Our faculty is carefully selected for their ability to celebrate each student’s unique gifts within a flexible and nurturing learning environment. An average student to teacher ratio of 8:1 ensure students have the personalized attention they need to succeed. And they do…with a strong record of alumni achievement, KPHS draws students from across Tampa Bay, including Carrollwood, Citrus Park, Land O’ Lakes, Lutz, New Port Richey, Odessa, South Tampa, Trinity, St. Petersburg, Wesley Chapel, Westchase — even Apollo Beach.
GET READY. You’re about to encounter a school unlike any you’ve experienced before. A school that specializes in teaching students with individualized needs through a very different approach to learning and life.
An Individualized Approach
From the moment a student steps into our classroom, we get to know them — their strengths, challenges, talents, and goals. We strive to address the needs of the whole child and work towards enhancing their success in every area possible. Here, students are celebrated for their gifts and receive targeted intervention for their areas of weakness, allowing them to grow academically, socially, and emotionally. At KPHS we believe the only limits our students have are the ones they put on themselves, and we work hard to change student perceptions and break down barriers. When students discover they can excel beyond their dreams, it usually surprises them. It never surprises us, because we’ve believed in them from the beginning.
Preparing Them for the World in Which They Live and Work
Through our Advocacy Program, students develop an Individualized Career Plan that prepares them for college and for life. These advocates serve as official mentors, while all faculty and staff act as unofficial life-guides, encouraging their students to fulfill their academic, emotional and social goals.
18105 Gunn Highway, Odessa, FL 33556 / Grades 9-12 / email@example.com
813-264-4500: Admissions and General Information
813-355-0124: Administrative Center / 813-963-0675: Fax
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