For students to be successfull in their Keystone courses it is vital that your classroom facilitators and faculty understand how the Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS) functions and what is expected of the students while taking Keystone courses. Understanding the "student experience" is a key component in maximizing opportunity for success.
We recommend that you share these tools and resources with your classroom facilitators prior to the start of classes.
- Contacting Keystone Teachers
- Choosing Keystone Courses
- Computer Lab - Best Practices Video Tutorial And Reference Document
Contacting Keystone Teachers
Keystone teachers can be contacted by phone, email, or postal mail for questions about course
content, getting help with difficult material, journals projects, or Keystone policies. Students should
call 1-866-MYTEACHER (1-866-698-3224) and follow the automated prompts to enter the specific
teacher’s phone extension. Teacher e-mail addresses are available to online students within the Staff
Information section of each course, and for print students on a contact list mailed at the time of
Choosing Keystone Courses
The Keystone School offers Kindergarten -12th grade curriculum, including core, Advanced Placement and elective courses.
Online High School Program
The Keystone online high school program is a self-directed, independent study program
that uses award winning online curriculum to guide students through their learning.
Computer Lab - Best Practices Video Tutorial And Reference Document
This tutorial provides tips, strategies, and best practices for setting up an online learning environment that provides your students the best opportunity for success.
Have additional questions about getting off to a Strong Start? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page, or contact your Keystone Account Manager by phone or email. We're always here to help!