Education That Comes to You

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Welcome to the Self-Determination Project, first-of-its-kind, state-of-the-art classroom that comes to your neighborhood for the convenience of getting an education on your own time. Here, our teachers are always present and ready to help with anything you need. Not a student yet? Come on in and we'll help you find your route to success.

Our lime-green bus, emblazoned with the name The Self-Determination Project, is an ambassador for Five Keys, helping people choose their own path in life rather than stumbling along one strewn with gangs, drugs, and possibly, jail.

 

features

  • Teachers to help with anything you need
  • Library for helpful reading materials in all relevant subjects
  • Comfortable Seating and Desks for a conducive study environment
  • Chromebooks with Internet Access for completing tests and working on assignments
  • Outlets for charging any of your electronic devices
 

Photography by Tiaira Breaux, Five Keys graduate


weekly bus schedule

  • Monday
    • 9-11:30am: Alice Griffith Housing
    • 12-3pm: Sunnydale Housing (near 1642 Sunnydale)
  • Tuesday
    • 9-11:30am: Potrero Hill Housing (near 1095 Connecticut)
    • 12-3pm: Hunters Poi (near 1030 Oakdale)
  • Wednesday
    • 9-11:30am: Alice Griffith Housing
    • 12-3pm: Sunnydale Housing (near 1642 Sunnydale)
  • Thursday
    • 9-11:30am: Potrero Hill Housing (near 1095 Connecticut)
    • 12-3pm: Hunters Poi (near 1030 Oakdale)
  • Friday
    • 9-11:30am: Alice Griffith Housing

bus locations


The students let us know if they’ve had a good day or bad day. They’re very transparent like that, which is why it’s very important that we at Five Keys are compassionate, patient, and understanding.
— Katie Leasau, Bus Operator and Teacher's Assistant
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I love Five Keys because it’s given me a second chance. The teachers are like family. I wish they would have had this when my kids were growing because it would have motivated them to finish school.
— Cindy Johnson, Five Keys Student