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224 Schools Across The Country

KIPP, the Knowledge is Power Program, is a non-profit network of 224 college-preparatory, public charter schools educating early childhood, elementary, middle, and high school students.

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Our Approach

All children will learn and achieve at high levels if given the opportunity. Our goal is to help students develop the knowledge, skills, and character strengths they need to succeed throughout their education and in the competitive world beyond.

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  • Nearly
    100,000

    Students currently enrolled in KIPP schools

    Nearly
    100,000

    Students currently enrolled in KIPP schools

  • More than
    12,000

    KIPP alumni currently attending college

    More than
    12,000

    KIPP alumni currently attending college

  • 3X

    KIPP alumni graduate college at 3X the rate of their peers

    3X

    KIPP alumni graduate college at 3X the rate of their peers

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  • One of the first things they told us was that we all had the potential to go to college. I knew they meant it. Lexi Johnson-Lee, Alumna, KIPP Minnesota Public Schools

    One of the first things they told us was that we all had the potential to go to college. I knew they meant it.

    Lexi Johnson-Lee, Alumna, KIPP Minnesota Public Schools
  • I love watching our kids grow into young adults who will have a positive impact in their families, their communities, and their world. Mike Lucas, Principal, KIPP Baltimore

    I love watching our kids grow into young adults who will have a positive impact in their families, their communities, and their world.

    Mike Lucas, Principal, KIPP Baltimore
  • My students are the definition of resilience. Their hunger for a quality education motivates me daily to be a better teacher. Robert Manuel, AP World History Teacher, KIPP New Orleans

    My students are the definition of resilience. Their hunger for a quality education motivates me daily to be a better teacher.

    Robert Manuel, AP World History Teacher, KIPP New Orleans

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We have bold goals. We need incredibly talented and passionate people to help us reach them. Teach eager minds, work in key support roles, or even lead a KIPP school. Come grow with us.

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