History

The Key to Learning was born out of a need for a non-traditional, holistic and student-centric approach to education that celebrates, rather than simply tolerates, students of all abilities.

Today, scholars estimate that as many as one in every forty learners present signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) published that nearly 10 percent of children live with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). We created a learning environment catered towards nurturing students whose trauma, dyslexia, dysgraphia, social emotional deficiencies, or mental incapacities may have caused them to fail or be forgotten elsewhere. If your child does not live with one of these challenges, it is statistically impossible that they will never encounter someone who does. This is the heart behind The Key. The Key was conceptualized out of a mission to see the whole child succeed, and that is what our dedicated staff family does. 

May 2017 — The Key to Learning with Dr. Nyman incorporated and receives non-profit status.

July 2017 — The Key signs lease for first location in Minneola

August 2017 — The Key opens for Inaugural school year in Minneola.

February 2018 — The Key signs lease for new location in Groveland

May 2018 — The Key concludes it’s Inaugural year and receives Accreditation from League of Christian Schools.

August 2018 — The Key begins second year in Groveland.

May 2019 — The Key graduates 16 students in Inaugural Graduation.