PEI-certified offshore schools are located outside Canada and the Province of Prince Edward Island and are authorized to offer the PEI curriculum. The Ministry of Education and Child Care certifies, inspects and regulates offshore schools, and ensures that they meet PEI education standards
Keystone Schools promotes and encourages community service. High school students (Grades 9-12) are required to complete 40 hours of community service as a graduation requirement. This requirement helps students increase their awareness of civic responsibility within the community and prepares them for the future.
At Keystone International School we encourage our students to participate in Model United Nations, it is an educational simulation in which students learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations. The goal is for our students to become responsible citizens by understanding global politics and recent social developments.
Keystone is partnered with Destination Imagination (DI), a project based, kid-driven program that teaches kids to be innovative problem solvers. Using STEAM, teams of students collaborate, think outside the box and create unique solutions to one of seven different challenges in preparation for a fun, problem-solving competition.