Famous for hit TV shows such as “The Shield” and “S.W.A.T.,” the 52-year-old started attending Keith Country Day School in seventh grade. Initially attracted by the soccer program, he found himself taking Latin and accelerated math classes. His younger brother, Jason, also became a Keith student. The small class sizes and personalized attention forced Shawn to take academics more seriously.
An education at Keith prepared Zoe Jensen for life on the big stage! This Broadway star recently landed the role of Eliza in the touring hit production of Hamilton – and she says her roots at Keith were a big part of that success.
For Bridget Krysztopa, a Keith School education offered countless opportunities to become a leader. And she took advantage of those opportunities throughout her middle and high school years and beyond.
A 2018 graduate of Keith School, Elyse Knoll didn’t have a typical Keith education. As a competitive figure skater, she spent a lot of time training on the ice. Going to Keith School gave her the flexibility to devote time to the sport she loved.
The future is indeed bright for 2017 Keith graduate Erica Henschen. In fact, as a Fulbright scholar, she is headed to Germany to teach English upon graduation from Northwestern University.
Zoe Nunez says she has Keith red and blue running through her veins. It’s no wonder. She started at Keith in junior kindergarten, both of her siblings went to Keith and her father is the Athletic Director there. For her, Keith is family.
For Regan Leahy, a Keith School education prepared her for a fulfilling life that would take her all the way to London, where she serves as assistant manager with Citizenship at Hogan Lovells, an international law firm.